New York senators Kevin Parker and Eric Adams
Celebs are pulling on their hoodies in the ongoing call for justice in Trayvon Martin’s shooting death.
The Florida teen’s tragic death has brought conversations about racism and justice back to the nation’s immediate attention. Along with that discussion the incident has sparked protest and outrage across the country as more than a month after his death, Trayvon’s killer George Zimmerman still walks free.
Supposedly, one of the things that made Trayvon look so suspicious to him was the fact that the Black teen was wearing a hoodie. A hoodie, however, is not an uncommon piece of clothing for teens. In fact, people of all ages can be seen wearing hoodies on any given day.
While an investigation into the incident has been launched, U.S. citizens still hit the streets for the Million Hoodie March. Those that could not make it out for the marches have been posting their support online. Check out Diddy, Tia Mowry, Arsenio Hall and Holly Robinson Peete and others rocking their hoodies for Trayvon.