CNN reports worshipers in cities nationwide wore hoodies to church services Sunday to honor Trayvon Martin, a Florida teen who was shot while wearing a hoodie last month.
Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta and Middle Collegiate Church in New York were among the churches honoring the teen, according to CNN.
"All of us have a stake in this, not just black people," said the Rev. Raphael G. Warnock, of Ebenezer, according to CNN affiliate WXIA.
Martin was walking home from the gas station when he was slain in the town of Sanford on Feb. 26, USA TODAY reports.
According to USA TODAY, neighborhood crime-watch captain George Zimmerman claimed he fired at Martin in self-defense and has not been arrested, though state and federal authorities are still investigating. Zimmerman claimed that Martin attacked him.
USA TODAY reports Zimmerman, 28, spotted him and told a police dispatcher: "This guy looks like he is up to no good -- he is on drugs or something."
Friends of Martin find Zimmerman's account hard to believe. They said Martin was not the type of person to start fights, according to USA TODAY.