Geraldo Rivera hoodie comments spark prominent people to wear hoodies

MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry mocked Geraldo Rivera's incendiary comments about slain teenager Trayvon Martin with biting sarcasm on Saturday.

Geraldo Rivera was on Fox News this morning to expound on the evils of just about the most common piece of apparel for anyone under the age of 30: So, you hear that, black and Latino parents? You're not doing your job as legal guardians if you let your

unidentified young woman at Occupy Wall St, Zuccotti Park, NY, NY. interviewed by Geraldo Rivera at large The NYC Police Department is a disgrace. Here's and organization who did NOTHING while Wall St con artists (in NYPD jurisdiction) almost destroyed

(Mike Groll – AP) Rivera later apologized for his remarks, calling them “politically incorrect.” But the hoodies kept showing up — on Senate floors, in churches, on TV interviews and at rallies. The hoodie had become a symbol of Martin's death even

Geraldo Rivera revealed on Friday that his own son Gabriel was ashamed of the Fox News anchor's controversial remarks that Trayvon Martin's hoodie was as much responsible for his death as George Zimmerman.