Stand Your Ground must go.
That's become the rallying cry after the acquittal of Trayvon Martin shooter George Zimmerman.
The Reverend Al Sharpton is in Miami.
He'll be the keynote speaker at the New Birth Baptist Church in Northwest Miami-Dade tonight.
It's part of the three-day National Action Network conference taking place in Miami.
Civil rights leaders will be discussing strategies to work toward the repeal of Florida's Stand Your Ground law.
Trayvon Martin's father was in attendance at the conference Tuesday night.
He says the fight against Stand Your Ground laws is a new movement.
Martin will be in Washington Wednesday to testify before the new Congressional Caucus on Black Men and Boys on Capitol Hill.
He'll offer comments about the recent acquittal of Zimmerman in the shooting death of his son Trayvon.
Meanwhile, dozens of Stand Your Ground protesters say they won't leave the state capitol until the governor calls a special legislative session to push for a repeal of the law.
Rick Scott has said no to the request, so the Dream Defenders say they're calling their own special session.
Organizer Philip Agnew says he knows it's all symbolic and nothing they come up with will have the authority of law.
The group has been occupying the capitol for two weeks and doesn't plan on leaving any time soon.
That means the price tag to keep them safe will keep rising.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement says so far the overtime and extra officers have cost nearly $100,000.
(Photo CBS Miami)