Rallies Continue in Tallahassee
In Tallahassee more than a hundred students also joined the nationwide protests.
They descended on the state capitol wearing hooded sweatshirts to show solidarity with Trayvon Martin.
They came from FSU and more from FAMU, about 150 students and community activist took part.
FAMU senior Ciara Taylor helped organize the protest, she says it's important for her school to be represented at both rallies.
"This opened up a cab of worms for a lot of people, especially minorities in the state of Florida" stated Taylor.
FSU freshman Benjamin Funt and his twin brother Jerry both wore hoodies. They say the protest is about justice not race.
According to FAMU students, Trayvon Martin's older brother, Jahvaris Fulton used to attend their campus.
He had just transferred to Florida International University and finished his first class when he heard the news of his brother's death.
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