We’re taking a look back at a number of celebrities who donned hoodies as a call for justice for Trayvon Martin.
Hoodies have become symbolic in the investigation of the unarmed boy’s death because the 17-year-old was wearing one when George Zimmerman found him “suspicious” and killed him in a Sanford, Fla., neighborhood.
Since then, social networks have been bombarded with pictures and trending topics calling for #JusticeForTrayvon and asking people to wear hoodies in his memory with the hastag #HoodiesForTrayvon or #MillionHoodies.
Entertainers, athletes and even members of Congress have all joined in the so-called million hoodies march.
Tia Mowry wore this in support of Trayvon. “My hoodie for #Trayvon,” she said.
Diddy donned this hoodie for Trayvon and even held up a picture of the teen.
Singer/songwriter Frank Ocean tweeted this picture in support of Trayvon Martin. “Suspicious black” was the caption.
Jamie Foxx posted this photo of himself with his hoodie up.
Clay Aiken spoke out in support of Trayvon Martin during an interview.