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Indict George Zimmerman

New York, NY On Tuesday, April 10th the Million Hoodies Movement for Justice is calling on people from across the country and the world to come together to stand in solidarity with the family of Trayvon Martin as they await special prosecutor Angela Corey’s decision on whether or not to charge George Zimmerman for the murder of Trayvon Martin.

In partnership with JusticeTM.org, GlobalGrind.com, and MoveOn.org, the organizers have launched www.mhoodies.org, a community-organizing platform to help support activists throughout the globe. They have also called for an International Day of Internet Action for Justice (Tuesday, April 10th) for Trayvon Martin and all victims of structural violence and institutional discrimination, particularly racial discrimination.

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“It is important to continue to bring attention to the case and inform the public of the need to pressure Florida authorities to make Zimmerman answer for his crime,” said organizer Amy Frame.

Activists throughout the world from New York City, to Atlanta, to Los Angeles, to London (over a dozen cities in all) have protested, marched and elevated their voices in an effort to demand justice for Martin’s death as well as call for the reform of laws, policies and practices that will combat structural violence and institutional racial discrimination.

On February 26th Trayvon Martin who was 17 years old at the time of his death, was shot and killed as he walked to his father’s fiancé’s home from a convenience store in Sanford, Florida.

For more information about the Million Hoodie Movement for Justice, please visit www.mhoodies.org

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