Tulsa hosts peaceful hoodie march for Trayvon Martin
TULSA, Okla.- More Oklahomans are joining the protest against the not guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman case.
Hundreds attended the Tulsa Hoodie March Thursday to remember Trayvon Martin.
Participants marched in silence in a peaceful display without signs from Tulsa’s City Hall to the Greenwood Arts District.
The group is asking the city council to pass a resolution, supporting the Department of Justice’s prosecution of Zimmerman for civil rights violations.
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