Justice for Trayvon, Cleveland Edition: Slideshow

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Check out this week's print edition of Scene to read our write-up of the Justice for Trayvon rally at the Cleveland Justice Center yesterday. At the rally's climax, protesters threw Skittles at the entrance to symbolize the prejudice in the American judicial system.

Seventeen-year-old Trayvon Martin bought a bag of Skittles at a Sanford, Florida, 7-Eleven before he was murdered by George Zimmerman. Zimmerman was acquitted Saturday evening.

All pictures by Sam Allard.


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