At the Los Angeles Times, "L.A. marchers for Trayvon Martin continue on Wilshire Boulevard":
Several hundred participants in a “Justice for Trayvon” march in Los Angeles split up Saturday in the Mid-City area, with one group continuing west on Wilshire Boulevard while another faction headed north on Coronado Street.
Blowing whistles, beating drums and chanting “No Justice, No Peace,” the protesters made their way from the federal building downtown to the Mid-City area. The group was followed by more than a dozen officers on motorcycles and bicycles, while a police helicopter hovered overhead.
But no arrests and no problems were reported during the march. Police closed intersections as marchers passed and eastbound Wilshire remained open.
It was unclear where the marchers were headed.
Demonstrators have split into two groups. One is heading north on Coronado Street. The other west on Wilshi... https://t.co/FdnzA5iSYz— Ruben Vives (@LATvives) July 20, 2013