07/15/2013 03:36 pm ET | Updated Jul 15, 2013

Trayvon Martin D.C. Protests: Demonstrators March Through Washington After George Zimmerman Verdict (PHOTOS) (VIDEOS)

When the news broke that George Zimmerman had been acquitted by a Florida court for the killing of teenager Trayvon Martin Saturday, social media wasn't the only place District residents took to voice anger with the final verdict -- peaceful demonstrations through the streets of D.C. sprang up almost immediately.

The protests Saturday night, which began just before midnight -- along U Street and in Columbia Heights -- and into early Sunday morning, led to planned demonstrations and vigils Sunday evening demonstrations at Howard University and Meridian Hill Park, according to DCist.

And the demonstrations aren't over. Al Sharpton, who called the Zimmerman verdict "an atrocity," announced plans for a Washington demonstration on Tuesday at 10 a.m. outside the U.S. Department of Justice at 950 Pennsylvania Ave. NW.

We've pulled together images from the scenes around D.C.:

Fists in the air for Trayvon Martin. DC right now. pic.twitter.com/mtFlONU0Y1

— Andrew Panda Blake (@apblake) July 14, 2013

NEW PIC: NOW: Trayvon Martin march on the move. South down 16th st NW at W St NW. #DC. pic.twitter.com/4DxTjYezJN @CamThompsonWNEW

— Channel 1 Atlanta (@channel1atlanta) July 14, 2013

Another poster at Trayvon Martin Rally DC at Malcolm X Park. pic.twitter.com/9HKpoMH1Pq

— Cameron Thompson (@CamThompsonWNEW) July 14, 2013

Trayvon Martin DC Rally at Malcolm X Park. pic.twitter.com/QQ9JsoqR67

— Cameron Thompson (@CamThompsonWNEW) July 14, 2013

PHOTO: Protests in D.C. in support of #Trayvon #Martin. #TrayvonMartin #GeorgeZimmerman #JusticeForTrayvon pic.twitter.com/I9UOmISftz

— Michael Kandel (@Mkandel) July 14, 2013

Outside Dept. of Justice: a quiet protest for #trayvon. @ABC7News pic.twitter.com/1IEIkKpeQZ

— Hatzel Vela (@hatzelvela) July 15, 2013

#trayvon protest signs in DC pic.twitter.com/iCed8erZ3W

— Will Sommer (@willsommer) July 14, 2013

A moment of silence and solidarity at the Trayvon Martin rally in DC today pic.twitter.com/8kl6oW6mGs

— Meghan Lopez (@Meghan_Lopez) July 15, 2013

Trayvon Martin verdict leads to protests in Chinatown, DC pic.twitter.com/YgcL8PiS9x

— AFRO News Live (@AFRONewsLive) July 15, 2013

Washington DC Trayvon Martin rally: MT “@CamThompsonWNEW:leaving Malcolm X park. On the street! Heading to Howard U. pic.twitter.com/4JddUTXbAz

— Russ Ptacek, WUSA9 (@RussPtacek) July 14, 2013

Crowd at Trayvon Martin rally at Malcolm X Park DC so big, most on outer edges of circle can't hear speakers. pic.twitter.com/F09QXeAWnD

— Cameron Thompson (@CamThompsonWNEW) July 14, 2013

We are stopped at the corner of Park and 14th street in Washington DC at rally for Trayvon Martin. Join us! pic.twitter.com/THnloAARsO

— Occupy Clarksville (@OccupyClarksvil) July 14, 2013

Protests in DC: Trayvon Martin March on move again. People leaving the clubs to join in. Easily over 300 people now pic.twitter.com/wa0wjAwfRr

— OccupythePort (@occupytheport) July 14, 2013

March stopped at 14th and U st NW in DC. "Trayvon Martin wasn't served justice" pic.twitter.com/zsnIHOfp05

— Cameron Thompson (@CamThompsonWNEW) July 14, 2013

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