Protesters Nationwide Call for Justice for Trayvon Martin

From Washington, D.C., to Chicago to Oakland, Calif., protesters gathered to push for a federal civil rights prosecution of George Zimmerman and to call for changes to state gun laws. 

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But in some corners the anger was still palpable. Cynthia Savage, 55, a quality assurance consultant from Clinton, Md., who attended the District rally wearing a "March for Justice for Trayvon Martin" T-shirt, said she was not surprised by the verdict because she believes that racism is still prevalent in the United States — and that it extends to the court.

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