Student protest of Stand Your Ground law enters second day
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Students are asking Gov. Rick Scott to change laws in Florida that affect minorities.
In the aftermath of the Zimmerman verdict, students say Florida left the judge with no choice.
Nearly 100 students from a group called Dream Defenders marched at the state Capitol to protest the 'Stand Your Ground' law.
The protest continued into Wednesday.
"Our problem is not with the jury. Change law that affects black people," said Ciara Taylor with the group called Dream Defenders.
The governor is currently in New York, but students say they will march outside his office until he gets back.
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