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Members of San Francisco's faith community are asking for peace and an end to racial profiling after days of protest following the George Zimmerman verdict. Jean Elle reports.
Peace, a petition and an end to racial profiling.
That's what members of San Francisco's faith community are asking for after days of protest following George Zimmerman's acquittal in the Trayvon Martin case.
The not-guilty verdict has reignited the call for social justice from the Bay Area to Washington.
Meanwhile, the NAACP is sending a petition signed by thousands to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, demanding federal civil charges against Zimmerman be filed.
View more in Jean Elle's video report above.