LOS ANGELES (CBS) — African American leaders and elected officials joined community members during Sunday church services in South Los Angeles to protest the killing of an unarmed Florida teenager.

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First A.M.E Pastor John J. Hunter and his wife wore hoodies to symbolize their outrage for the shooting of the 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.

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They’re angry the man who shot Trayvon is still free.

Speaking at the Church, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA), says the case shows racial injustice must end in America.

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In addition to calls for justice, the congregation signed a special book of prayers that will be sent to Trayvon’s parents.