|Updated: 7/19 9:27 am
||Published: 7/18 9:13 pm
A group of Tulsans' outcry against the verdict in a Florida courtroom was quiet but hooded in strong protest.
Tulsans showed up at City Hall on Thursday night for a "Quiet Riot" and wore hoodies in honor of Trayvon Martin.
Angela Crosky said that she wanted to participate in the march as soon as she heard about it.
"We are letting people know that we can protect in solidarity and not be a riot," said Crosky.
Amy Pike told FOX23 that she traveled to Tulsa from Muskogee to participate in the march.
"I had to be here because I had to do something," said Pike, "If you don't do something than nothing changes."
Prior to the march the group went before the city council and asked them to pass, "'A Resolution Supporting the Department of Justice Prosecution of George Zimmerman for Civil Rights Violations."
Angie Pitts told FOX23 that she brought her grandchildren to walk alongside her because she thinks that people of all ages can learn from this case.
"It's not about color it's about justice and everybody should be treated like a human," said Pitts.
The march started at City Hall and ended at Guthrie Green.