Ferguson Protests Move to Stores for Black Friday

Protesters visited stores in the St. Louis area to condemn about the grand jury's decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson.
1:02 | 11/28/14

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Activists are urging shoppers to stay home today to send an economic message. About the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case and Ferguson protesters stop sales at the local Wal-Mart as they walked into the store chanting. Demonstrators also occurred. At the demonstrations also occurred at other wal marts and targets stores in the area the Juan Martin Ferguson was closed overnight. Asked a precaution but there were no arrests overnight as protesters stayed indoors. And there were no National Guard troops patrolling the front a police stations volunteers spent Thanksgiving morning pain billboards. That covered a broken windows in an effort to show businesses. That there are people willing to try to rebuild. I think a lot of people have seen a lot of the destruction and Iraq parts of this week in the past few months but. There's been a lot of people out here really centered on love and peace and community. Even with efforts to rebuild the city has canceled its annual northern lights celebration parade which was scheduled for Sunday.

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