Macon joined other cities around the nation, that participated in the 100 city vigil for Trayvon Martin.
About 100 people gathered at the front of the federal courthouse in Downtown Macon to remember the fallen teen and reflect on what the community can do to move forward.
People held signs in support of the Martin Family.
"This is the first time I have ever attended any march," said Tammy Hughes. "But it is of great importance for all of the black men."
"As a young black man, I just feel that I have to be cautious now on what you do and where you go because things may happen, you may be innocent and still not get justice for something that happens like that," said Charles Brown.
Tyler Jenkins attended the rally with his family. He said this makes him reflect on race in America.
"You can lock up Zimmerman, but you can't lock up the Zimmerman mindset," said Tyler Jenkins. "It's a sad day in America where we think we live in a post racial America but nothing really has changed."