People in South Carolina are organizing to support Florida teenager Trayvon Martin, who was shot and killed last month.
The South Carolina chapter of the NAACP says it’s planning a bus trip to Sanford, Florida, for people who want to participate in protests over the shooting death of Martin.
Police say Martin was shot and killed last month by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman.
Zimmerman says he was acting in self-defense and he has not been charged in the shooting.
In Columbia Saturday, a few thousand people gathered in Finlay Park to call for justice in the case.
About 1,000 people also rallied in Greenville at Cleveland Park on Saturday afternoon.
Many of the protesters at both rallies wore hoodie sweatshirts, similar to the one Martin was wearing the day he was killed.
Organizers say they wanted to show support for the Martin family.