Three days after the Michael Dunn verdict - people all across Jacksonville and the country continue to react to the jury's decision. Jurors found Dunn guilty of 3 counts of attempted murder, but the jury could NOT decide on the 1st degree murder charge, in the killing of Jordan Davis. Now many parents from all over are turning to Twitter to express their opinions ... Especially African Americans. They're using the hash-tag dangerous-black-kids. They show their children reading books, playing musical instruments or playing dress- up... All very innocent activities... Channel 4's Tim Pulliam is live tonight with more on how the black community is responding via social media... Tim? 3 3 3 3 3 People are responding in different ways: Here in Hemming Plaza in downtown Jacksonville, Black leaders and groups will be rallying for justice for Jordan Davis. And then there's the Black Twitter community - protesting through social media. 00-0544-541:06 - 1:181:30 - 1:40The hashtag is called: DangerousBlackKids on Twitter. Black users want to express their disgust over the verdict that came down in the Michael Dunn.---take out --line about jurors deadlocked since it's in the lead.So they took to twitter, posting adorable photos of kids with sarcastic captions, This mom tweeted this caption: "hashtag dangerous black kids my child playing loud thug music." But in the picture the child boy is playing the violin.SG 120234 I like the message. I love the spin on it. I get it. I get it.Sharon Grant says, The Dunn verdict, is a reminder to tell her 20 year old son that even though he's an honor student in college, some will still find him threatening.She likes that "dangerous black kids" hashtag is an effort to call attention to the issue.Sharon Grant/Parent 120227 I think we need to keep that as a reminder. They are not dangerous. They are not dangerous kids.But it's a dramatic statement some in our community say is a conversation that needs to be had outside of social media. Bishop Rudolph McKissick Jr./ Pastor.120526 At the end of the day we have to get beyond the black twitter piece, behind the marching peace and we got to sit down and say listen: White Americans you need to listen to us, we don't think all of you are racist, because that would be a foolish statement, but there is a racist system in place, and until you can be honest about that, we don't have much to dialogue about.Dr. JeffriAnn Wilder, Assistant Professor of Socialogy at UNF echoes the same sentiments.Dr. JeffriAnn Wilder/ Assistant Professor of Sociology UNF 121024 We are not past race. Our society has not achieved this post racial moment that we really believed that has taken. These kinds of events remind us that there are so many things that we are grappling with in 2014, that the legacy of slavery is still there, the aftermath of Jim Crow is still there and alive in our society. Dr. Wilder says traditionally black Americans use twitter more than facebook to voice their opinions.But she's concerned this kind of messaging could backfire and spark racial comments and hate messages. Tim, do you know if the Davis family is aware of hashtag- dangerous-blac k-kids?