‘Million Hoodie March’ for Trayvon Martin attracts JamieFoxx

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No one was expecting millions to attend a candlelight vigil for Trayvon Martin in New York City’s Union Square tonight, but the gathering of hundreds did get a celebrity boost from Django Unchained star Jamie Foxx.

Jamie Fox is here about to speak about #TrayvonMartin #millionhoodies twitter.com/thebeff/status

– Jeff Frank Petriello (@thebeff) February 27, 2013

Jamie Foxx just sang no weapon formed against me to Trayvon’s parents and supporters

– S.Ellis, the writer. (@stassi_x) February 27, 2013

Omg he just serenaded Mrs Martin. #classact #TrayvonMartin #millionhoodies

– Jeff Frank Petriello (@thebeff) February 27, 2013

Don’t think about the color of the child. Actor Jamie Foxx at the Trayvon Martin Vigil in New York City #CNN

– OutFrontCNN (@OutFrontCNN) February 27, 2013

Good evening. Aaron Morrison, your politics editor, checking in at the #millionhoodies vigil for #Trayvon in NYC. twitter.com/theloop21/stat

– TheLoop21 (@theloop21) February 26, 2013

A clearer picture of Jamie Foxx with #TrayvonMartin‘s parents. #millionhoodies twitter.com/theloop21/stat

– TheLoop21 (@theloop21) February 27, 2013

Today is day of mourning, but also a call for organized resistance against authority, Law and Order & racism #TrayvonMartin #MillionHoodies

– Enemy Of The State (@shushugah) February 26, 2013

I have bad premonition that the #NYPD will be beating up people in #TrayvonMartin vigil. Doing so, will unleash more righteous anger. Don’t.

– Enemy Of The State (@shushugah) February 26, 2013

Very somber march, I was expecting rage, but this is very appropriate too. #millionhoodies #TrayvonMartin

– Enemy Of The State (@shushugah) February 26, 2013

I sag my pants. I rock my hoodie. NYPD, keep your hands off me. Protestor chant about #StopandFrisk at #MillionHoodies

– Rahiel Tesfamariam (@RahielT) February 27, 2013

The crowd is growing #hoodiesup twitter.com/Desire_Renee/s

– Desire Renee (@Desire_Renee) February 26, 2013

New York City Councilman Jumaane Williams was in attendance, sporting an Occupy button.

1 year later, there’s too much #gunviolence and too much #racialprofiling. Speak out or sit down. #JusticeforTrayvon. twitter.com/JumaaneWilliam

– Jumaane D. Williams (@JumaaneWilliams) February 26, 2013

If you don’t choose justice, don’t ask us for peace. Councilman Williams from BK #TrayvonMartin #millionhoodiesyfrog.us/0hplitlgjtcrkq

– Jeff Frank Petriello (@thebeff) February 26, 2013

Councilman Williams: Dr. King said riot is the language of the unheard. #millionhoodies #TrayvonMartin twitter.com/thebeff/status

– Jeff Frank Petriello (@thebeff) February 26, 2013

Standing with #TrayvonMartin family & their attorneys including @jasmineesquire #AgainstRacism. #millionhoodies twitter.com/TheTASCGroup/s

– TASCGroup (@TheTASCGroup) February 26, 2013

Other celebs and media personalities who didn’t attend in person tweeted their support, although as with Randi Weingarten, what had begun as an argument about racial profiling took on elements of gun control.

#Trayvon Martin. How should we remember him? Let’s demand an end to racial profiling and fight for common sense gun safety laws and reform.

– Donna Brazile (@donnabrazile) February 27, 2013

We remember and honor the life of Travon Martin as we walk forward in love and oneness.

– COMMON (@common) February 26, 2013

@youranonnews: Rest In Peace Trayvon Martin. 1 year today. #HoodiesUp

– Tom Morello (@tmorello) February 26, 2013

@tmorello Gone but not forgotten. Too bad a death has to happen for people to understand why guns should not be allowed in homes.

– Jennifer Fleming (@Jennifer200383) February 26, 2013

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