Rally Held in Chicago for Slain Miami Teen

On Monday teens, parents and other protestors gathered at Chicago's Federal Plaza to voice their frustrations and opinions about the case of Trayvon Martin.

A series of rallies, vigils and protests have been going on around the world in honor of Trayvon Martin, the 17-year-old teen who was fatally shot Feb 26 in Florida.

There have been multiple rallies held in Chicago in honor of Martin, including one that was held March 24 at Daley Plaza.

Martin was shot by George Zimmerman; a self-appointed neighborhood watch officer. Zimmerman has not been convicted. Martin is believed to have been racially profiled by Zimmerman.

Supporters from across the world have jumped on the Trayvon Martin bandwagon. Social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter have been the platforms for the general public views and opinions. Teens, parents, and young adults everywhere have been taking pictures with hoodies to show their support. Even some celebrities like P. Diddy and Tia Mowry show support by taking pictures with hoodies.

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    Typical.negro mentality. Protest and rally and do so without the facts.. and you wonder why your at the bottom of the food chain, cause you lack the integrity to wait for the facts, then judge. Instead you just have to follow the leaderships of the blackcist leaders and act like 2nd hand puppets.. shame on you

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