Tuesday, April 10, was an International Day of Justice For Trayvon Martin. Events were held across the United States and around the world including here in Milwaukee where a rally and march was held Tuesday demanding justice for Trayvon Martin, Bo Morrison and other victims of vigilante and police terror. They also called for the prosecution of Martin’s and Morrison’s killers, a halt to attacks on communities of color, the abolishment of racist vigilante laws and a civilian review board for the MPD. The rally was held in front of the Martin Luther King statue on King Drive near Walnut Street. Those gathered then marched north along King Drive to the Milwaukee 5th District Police Station on 4th and Locust streets. A number of labor organizations, community groups and activists representing African American, Latino and Gay rights groups were in attendance. (Photos by Yvonne Kemp)
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