MarchMillion Hoodies March for Trayvon Martin in New York City (Photos)03.23.12MarchMillion Hoodies March for Trayvon Martin in New York City (Photos)Thousands attended the Million Hoodie March in New York's Union Square in memory of Trayvon Martin, a black teenager shot to death by a George Zimmerman.03.23.12 1:04 AM ETMary Altaffer / AP PhotoMillion Hoodie MarchDemonstrators pray during the Million Hoodie March in Union Square in New York. The march was in memory of Trayvon Martin, a black teenager shot to death by a George Zimmerman, a Hispanic neighborhood watch captain in Florida. Martin was unarmed and wearing a hoodie when he was killed. Mario Tama / Getty ImagesMarching for TrayvonThousands of protesters turned out to demonstrate, blocking 14th Strett near Union Square, a major crosstown artery in Manhattan. John Moore / Getty ImagesMarching for Their SonTrayvon's parents, Tracy Martin, left in orange shirt, and Sybrina Fulton, right, attended the march for Trayvon, who was killed Feb. 26 in Stanford, Fla. Mario Tama / Getty ImagesMaking ProgressThe Sanford City Commission passed a "no confidence" vote of police chief Bill Lee Wednesday night. The city will now decide whether to ask for him to resign or fire him. Adrees Latif, Reuters / LandovSupporters of All AgesYoung boys hold images of Trayvon, who was 17 when he was killed. Martin was wearing a hooded sweatshirt when he was killed last month in a gated community. The incident has drawn national attention and sparked debate over Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law since George Zimmerman, 28, has claimed self-defense in the fatal shooting. Mary Altaffer / AP PhotoFuryProtesters chant Trayvon Martin's name during the Million Hoodie March in Union Square. Mary Altaffer / AP PhotoHoodies UniteWearing hoodies in solidarity of Trayvon, who was killed while wearing a hoodie, protesters hold signs of the march. Mario Tama / Getty ImagesMarchThousands rally in Union Square. Mario Tama / Getty ImagesWhat's Race Got to Do With It?A man holds a sign pointing to the racial controversy surrounding the Trayvon Martin killing. Mario Tama / Getty ImagesPacked HouseUnion Square, which saw six Occupy Wall Street protesters arrested earlier on Wednesday, was full to the brim later that night.