Videos Of Solidarity for Ferguson all across the world
A day after the grievous decision by a grand jury not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, over the murder of Michael Brown, people took to the streets of Baltimore, Md. to voice their disappointment/anger/indignation in a peaceful but powerful march. Black, White, Latino, Asian came together to show that #Ferguson=JustU.S. A 2014 Street Corner Office Film by Barry Michael Cooper. Scored by the genius James Brown, and his classic "Funky President (People It's Bad)." GOD Rest the soul of a genius.
#28HrsForMikeBrownfrom Saba Aregai 1 day ago NOT YET RATED
About 11,000 people flooded the streets of Washington, DC November 26 to protest Ferguson's grand jury decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson after murdering a black teenager, Michael Brown.
DC community leaders began the hashtag #28HrsForMikeBrown for the #DCFerguson movement bringing light to the alarming statistic that approximately every 28 hours a black male is murdered by a police officer.
The march was sparked by Mike Brown's death but leaders reminded participants the rally should speak for all the nameless victims who suffered from police brutality.
NYC 2 Fergusonfrom mayparlar 1 day ago ALL AUDIENCES
Thousands of protesters marched through the streets of NYC on the night of and the night after grand jury's decision not to indict Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed teenager Mike Brown. Several groups of thousands headed different directions in the city, blocking traffic on majority of the streets in downtown Manhattan and parts of Brooklyn, shutting down highways, and blocking access to major bridges and tunnels.
Protest of Ferguson Decisionfrom Pat Vasquez-Cunningham PLUS 2 days ago / Creative Commons License: by nc nd ALL AUDIENCES
About 150 protesters gathered at the corner of San Mateo and Central Avenue on Tuesday night to demonstrate against a Missouri grand jury’s decision not to indict a Ferguson, Mo., police officer for shooting an unarmed, 18-year-old man.
The Albuquerque demonstration that began around 6 p.m. was one of many protests across the country Tuesday in response to the grand jury’s decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson, who is white, for fatally shooting Michael Brown, who is black, in a St. Louis suburb in August.
Thousands of people have taken to the streets of central London in a solidarity march, following a grand jury’s decision in the US city of Ferguson. Unarmed black teen Mike Brown was shot dead in August by a police officer, who was cleared of wrongdoing.
The vigil, which included a minute’s silence with lit candles, started as a peaceful march of up to 5,000 people at the US embassy in London on Wednesday.
Later in the evening, some of the protesters tore down barricades, let off smoke bombs and clashed with police in Parliament Square, near the Houses of Parliament. However, no arrests were made.
READ MORE: #LondonToFerguson: Solidarity vigil at London US embassy targets police racism on.rt.com/tmzaxn
Protesters march in Newark after Ferguson decisionfrom Will Caldwell PLUS 2 days ago / Creative Commons License: by NOT YET RATED
Protesters march in Newark after Ferguson decision. Photojournalist/Editor: Will Caldwell. Reporter: Ranji Sinha. NEWARK - A march is taking place in Newark Tuesday night in reaction to a grand jury’s decision not to indict Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown.
Protesters upset with the ruling in Ferguson will begin marching at the Lincoln Monument near the Essex County Courthouse and continue walking through Downtown Newark to the Federal Building.
The march is concluding at that location because those involved want federal civil rights charges brought against Wilson.
Activists leading tonight's march in Newark say justice was not served in Ferguson, Missouri.
They called for a peaceful march, in contrast to the looting and arson that erupted in Ferguson overnight Monday.