There will be a protest on Sunday, 3/25 at Houston City Hall to call for justice in the Trayvon Martin case.
While Trayvon was shot and killed in Florida, his death is a matter of national concern.
I will be attending this event at City Hall.
We’ve got to stick together and show up for each other when times are difficult.
We don’t always do that in Houston and in the nation. The rights and freedoms of all people are connected.
I encourage you to take part in this protest at Houston City Hall.
Here are details of the City Hall protest—
On Sunday, March 25, Houston will join the official Justice for Trayvon Martin Movement. The Houston Unites for Justice Rally happens Sunday at 3PM at City Hall’s Reflection Pool, 901 Bagby Street, in Downtown Houston.
The event is organized by the NAACP-Houston Branch, Rev. Reginald Lillie-President and Texas NAACP, Gary Bledsoe-President. Partnering organizations and officials include, area Churches, the Houston Urban League-Judson Robinson, Executive Director, LULAC-Mary Ramos, President, Local Unions, Greek fraternities and sororities, Congressional Representatives Sheila Jackson Lee, Al Green, and a host of other officials and groups.
Houstonians of diverse races and affiliations are passionate about expressing our outrage and righteous resolve to see that justice is done in this matter. We join the National Movement calling for the arrest of George Zimmerman and a thorough investigation of the Sanford Police Department.
To… ask questions please contact the NAACP Chairman of Religious Affairs, Bishop James Dixon at (713) 688-2900, extension 224 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or Yolanda Smith at the Houston Branch at (713) 545-9696.