Celebrities wearing hoodies for Trayvon Martin

As we prepare for the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial, we’re taking a look back at a number of celebrities who donned hoodies as a call for justice for Trayvon Martin.

Hoodies have become symbolic in the investigation of the unarmed boy’s death because the 17-year-old was wearing one when George Zimmerman found him “suspicious” and killed him in a Sanford, Fla., neighborhood.

Since then, social networks have been bombarded with pictures and trending topics calling for #JusticeForTrayvon and asking people to wear hoodies in his memory with the hastag #HoodiesForTrayvon or #MillionHoodies.

Entertainers, athletes and even members of Congress have all joined in the so-called million hoodies march.

Check out 15 celebrities putting their hoodies up for Trayvon below.

  • White Devil

    What about the 5 blacks killed this past weekend in New Orleans? Where is the outrage? Oh, that’s right, it was black on black crime. We only give a shit about it when they’re killed by a cracker. Sorry, I forgot.

    • me

      yep you got that right yo ass is white you cant do it

      • White Devil

        What the fuck are you talking about? How about you learn to use proper English and punctuation. I’m not sure I understand you. Do you understand the point I’m trying to make? Didn’t think so.