Here is a list of events related to the Trayvon Martin case scheduled to take place in Florida in the upcoming days and weeks. Keep checking back, the Orlando Sentinel will update and more information becomes available.
Thursday, March 22
•1 p.m.: The New Black Panther Party plans to rally outside the Sanford Police Department at 815 West 13th Street, in protest of "the recent avoidable death of young Trayvon Martin."
•7 p.m.: The Rev. Al Sharpton will hold a rally at Fort Mellon Park at 600 East First Street in Sanford. Coordinated by Dr. L. Ronald Durham and the Concerned Clergy of Florida
Friday, March 23
•7 p.m.: One Hour Prayer Vigil at Allen Chapel AME Church at 1203 Olive Avenue, Sanford, Florida. Coordinated by Allen Chapel Family.
•9 a.m.: March on Florida State Capitol in Tallahassee. The group will meet at the Tallahassee Civic Center and begin marching at 10 a.m. to the Capitol Mall. Speakers will began at 11:45 a.m., organizers said.
Saturday, March 25
•Noon: The New Black Panther Party will again rally outside Sanford police headquarters at 815 West 13th Street in Sanford.
Monday, March 27
•4 p.m: Baltimore evangelist Jamal Bryant plans a protest in front of Sanford City Hall in advance of a 5 p.m. City Council meeting, which Martin's parents are expected to attend. Starting point is at First United Methodist Church 419 S. Park Avenue, Sanford, Florida. It will end at Sanford City Hall at 300 N. Park Avenue, Sanford, Florida. Coordinated by Stephen Green & Pastor, Dr. Jamal H. Bryant of Empowerment Temple AME Church Baltimore, Maryland.
•5 p.m. City Commission meeting at the Sanford Civic Center to accommodate the expected crowd, and will focus exclusively on the shooting. Speakers will be set up outside so that those who cannot get in will be able to hear the proceedings. The Civic Center is located at 401 East Seminole Blvd., Sanford. Members of Trayvon's family are expected to speak at 5 p.m.
Saturday, March 31
•11 a.m.: Meeting at Crooms Academy of Information Technology, 2200 W. 13th St., Sanford, followed by a march to the Police Department from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
•TBD: March Rally & Protest: Starting point Permission and 13th St. Ending at the Sanford Police Department. Coordinated by NAACPCopyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times