Two Roanoke mothers are organizing a Trayvon Martin "Justice for All" rally and peaceful protest.
Following George Zimmerman's acquittal Saturday, Samaria Pope, 29 and Maricca Penn, 30 both of Roanoke, were inspired to organize the city-wide event.
The event is scheduled to take place Saturday at 6 p.m.
It will begin at the MLK Memorial Bridge and end at The Poff Federal Building.
Roanoke will join more than 200 cities across the nation.
The fate of a teenager is still unclear a day after he was stunned by a police Taser. In the meantime, questions are mounting over why it happened.