Celebrities have made getting justice for the killing of Trayvon Martin a priority for themselves and their social media fans.
Actress Tia Mowry is among a bevy of celebs who have posted photos of themselves wearing hoodies similar to the one Martin wore the night he was killed by George Zimmerman. "I didn't know wearing a hoodie made me such a target," tweeted music mogul, Sean "Diddy" Combs.
The hoodie has become a symbol of solidarity for the Trayvon Martin case since organizers of the March 21st, "Million Hoodies March" urged supporters to tweet, Facebook and Instagram pictures of themselves wearing hoodies.
See how Mowry, Diddy and many more are showing their support for Trayvon Martin.