Show us your Hoodie

Posted by Cathaleen Curtiss — 26 Mar 2012

Most of us own a hoodie, we wear them on cool nights walking our dogs, with a cup of tea on a rainy day and in support of our favorite teams. Recently they have taken on a new meaning.

From Seattle to Atlanta, Philadelphia to Phoenix thousands of people gathered this weekend to raise awareness of the Trayvon Martin shooting on February 26. Most participants wore hoodies, similar to the one 17-year-old Trayvon was wearing the night he died.

Celebrities from the Miami Heat, Will Ferrell, Sean Combs and many more have expressed their support by wearing hoodies, joining rallies and tweeting their thoughts.

We have gathered a collection of our favorite Hoodies photographed by JPG contributors over the years. They reflect a statement made by the Reverend Oscar Tillman at a rally in Phoenix, AZ, "This is not about Black or White or red, green or yellow. This is about a young man on his way back to meet with his family."

Show us your favorite hoodie photo.

Joe by Northline

Chris by Blake Coble

Hooded by Tonya Doughty

Looking now and forward. by Jason Kim

The orange hoodie by Bret Scovill

BRONX BELLA HOODIE... by Michael Yagoda

Hood sweater by Ernst Vikne

Ryan II by Blake Coble

in the hoods by Marjolaine Richards-Deviq

Contribute your own Hoodie photo in support of raising awareness of the Trayvon Martin shooting.

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