Trayvon Martin verdict brings wide outcry, US review Accusations of racism follow acquittal; Justice Dept. will examine case ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff New Youth Minister Willie Bodrick II spoke on the Trayvon Martin case during his sermon at Twelfth Baptist Church in Boston. REUTERS A mock chalk outline was pictured during the rally in New York. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff The acquittal of Martin's shooter Saturday night has sparked protests, sermons, and prayers across the nation. Mario Tama/Getty images Protesters gathered at a rally honoring Martin at Union Square in Manhattan. AFP/Getty Images People held signs during the demonstration. David Goldman/AP A 3-year-old held a sign as her mother stood behind her during a protest in Atlanta. David Goldman/AP Tabatha Holley, 19, of Georgia made a sign before joining the march. JOE SKIPPER/REUTERS Congregation members entered the Allen Chapel AME Church for services in Sanford, Fla. STEVE NESIUS/REUTERS Pastor Valarie J. Houston made a statement about the verdict for George Zimmerman. KEITH BEDFORD Worshipers at the Middle Collegiate Church in New York held prayer services wearing hoodies in support of the 17-year-old. GASTON DE CARDENAS/AFP/Getty images Parishioners prayed for the Martin family at the Antioch Missionary Baptist Church in Miami Gardens, Fla. Anda Chu/AP A transit police vehicle was vandalized in Oakland, Calif., early Sunday. Anda Chu/AP Oakland police worked to extinguish a fire.