KENNEWICK, Wash.-- In response to the shooting of Trayvon Martin, locals marched down West Clearwater Avenue Saturday.
They wore hooded sweatshirts and held skittles and ice tea like Martin was when he was shot. March participant Michele Evans said the they were marching for justice.
"It's not about racism. It's about a situation that we feel just shouldn't have happened and so we're looking for social justice and equality," said Evans.
Marchers say there are still many people who haven't heard of the Trayvon Martin shooting and they hope their march will bring awareness.