200 march in Trayvon Martin case protest
Racial profiling and police brutality decried in walk through Roxbury
At a Roxbury rally to denounce the killing in February of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin - the black teenager shot while walking home in Sanford, Fla. - protesters said Martin’s death has galvanized Boston’s communities of color, spurring them to take a stand against currents of racial profiling and police brutality they have known for a lifetime. “People are finally saying enough is enough. They want to draw the line with Trayvon,’’ said Khury Petersen-Smith, 29, of Dorchester.