Diddy, Keyshia Cole, Jamie Foxx, 12 other celebs wear hoodies for Trayvon Martin

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.

3 Comments
  1. 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.

      1. 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.

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