From the press release:

The Champaign County NAACP, CU Citizens for Peace and Justice, National Council of African American Men, Citizens with Convictions, NorthEnd Breakfast Club, Sisternet, Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence, AON CCAD, along with many other concerned citizens, will join the National Social Justice movement led by the National Action Network on Saturday, July 20 for Justice for Trayvon Martin, Civil Rights, Equality, and the End of Institutional Racism and Discrimination,” perpetrated against people of color.

We will assemble at 10:00 a.m. at Martin Luther King Park in Urbana and march to the Urbana Federal Courthouse where a rally will be held from 12:00 Noon–1:00 p.m.

The speakers will address a number of local and state issues and also add their voices to the national call to the U.S. DOJ to file civil rights charges against George Zimmerman.

We invite the public, all community organizations, non-profits, churches, and businesses to stand with us on Saturday, July 20 [in] solidarity and denounce the culture of institutionalized racism that inflicts incomprehensible disparities and violence on people of color.