44.5 million African rooted people in US drew attention after discrimination tension escalated as jurors found George Zimmerman not guilty in the killing of Trayvon Martin.  14.2% of 313.9 billion people in US as of yet, were African rooted. Taking actively part in all areas of life, nearly 25% of these believed they were hard done by police and social environments, US' census bureau stated. New York city is the place with most African rooted population with 3.7 billion. Most of the African rooted Americans live in Harlem and Brooklyn regions in their distinctive styles. Hat for men, hair care and wig for women have great importance. Small and colorful body lotions are sold on the streets where African rooted population lives overwhelmingly.  5th Harlem street of the city is one of the touristic places. The African people living there draw the portraits of died-relatives on the walls of their residential buildings. In hot weather, they eat 'Pirova' to cool. African-Americans present sport, music and dance shows intended to tourists. Some of them, who coach fitness in their special sports courses attract the attention of Americans. 

Texas and Florida with 3.4 billion are the following cities after New York in having the most African-American population. Washington with 52% owns most African-Americans with the number of 330,000. 

The Florida jury had cleared the volunteer neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman, 29, off charges of second-degree murder and manslaughter, saying that he acted in self-defense when he shot 17-year-old Trayvon Martin to death on February 26, 2012.

Americans furious at the acquittal of Zimmerman, protested in US cities chanting "Justice for Trayvon Martin" and "If no justice no peace."

While African-Americans dominated the crowd, white people also had given support.

Protests continued in four different spots across New York including the Union Square where protesters carried black balloons and banners that read "No to racism" and "We are all Martin."