The calls for justice for Trayvon Martin continued into the evening Sunday, with a small rally in Sanford, where Trayvon lost his life to a bullet fired by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman.
In what may be one of the more disturbing facets in the effort to bring charges against the man who killed Trayvon Martin and claimed it was in self defense, the New Black Panthers have offered a $10 thousand “reward” for the “capture” of neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman.
As more and more students continue to walk out of schools, all of the protest marches have remained peaceful through Friday morning.
The local, state and national rallies taking place in the wake of the killing of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin are moving full steam ahead Friday but there’s been a change for a planned rally in Tally.
Trayvon Martin Bus Trip: The bus holds 55 passengers. Seats are $25 each. Deposits can be made via Pay Pal, no later than March 23rd. The bus will depart on Monday, March 26th at 8AM. […]
A fierce battle is being waged in the Syrian city of Homs, the developments are being watched closely by Syrians in South Florida
Seven Florida International University students were arrested Thursday night after police say they refused to disperse at an unsanctioned rally on campus.
Occupy Miami protesters will be marching in Little Havana and in the Brickell Avenue banking district Thursday afternoon.
Environmental activists, supporters and ‘Occupy Miami’ members gathered outside the Society of Environmental Journalists conference in downtown Miami Saturday afternoon.
Hundreds of participants joined Occupy groups in South Florida, specifically Fort Lauderdale and Miami, as they gathered on Saturday to be a part of the ‘Occupy’ movement that’s continuing to spread to cities across America.