U.S. Rep. Marcia Fudge, Cleveland NAACP call for FBI and U.S. Justice Department investigation around Trayvon Martin murder case at rally Sun at 2nd New Hope Baptist Church that drew some 500 people including keynote speakers State Sen Turner and State Rep. Bill Patmon, Cleveland SCLC, NAACP, and United Pastor's in Missions officials, Vision of Angels praise dance team, elected officials, grassroots, The Imperial Women Coalition, Black on Black Crime, the Black Panthers, the Carl Stokes Brigade, The Oppressed People's Nation, Stop Targeting Ohio's Poor, The Committee to Bring Home Jamela and Jamyla, The Joaquin Hicks Real People's Movement, Survivors/Victims of Tragedy, Occupy Cleveland, Cleveland Jobs With Justice, The Family Connection Center, United Pator's in Mission want investigation on mistreatment of Blacks by the legal system in Cleveland
The Vision of Angels Dance Troop (top left picture) and community activists (top right picture) at the Travon Martin rally in Cleveland, Oh. on April 15. Nancy Ruiz, the mother of missing teen Gina De Jesus, and Peter Schanz of Occupy Cleveland. East Cleveland Councilman Nate Martin (left picture) and Trayvon Martin supporter Eric Wyatt (right picture). with Vision of Angels Dance Troop Leader Sears Mitchell, who is blind, on the left next to Wyatt U.S. Rep. Marcia L. Fudge (D-OH) Ohio State Sen. Nina Turner (D-25) Ohio State Rep. Bill Patmon (D-10) Cleveland Ward 6 Councilwoman Mamie Mitchell Cleveland Ward 4 Councilman Kenneth Johnson Community Activist Art McKoy The Rev. Tony Minor Charles E. Bibb Sr.