TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — About 700 protesters marched to the federal courthouse Tuesday to voice their outrage at the handling of a black teenager's death at a boot camp.

Shouting "we shall overcome" and "no justice, no peace," the marchers made their way past the Capitol to the courthouse, where several NAACP officials met with U.S. Attorney Gregory R. Miller and Justice Department officials.

The NAACP-sponsored protest comes less than two weeks after an all-white jury acquitted seven camp guards and a nurse of manslaughter charges in the death of Martin Lee Anderson, a 14-year-old black inmate.