After the decision not to indite Darren Wilson, people across the US people have taken to the streets to demand justice for Michael Brown. Join the protest tonight in London, 7pm, outside the US Embassy, organised by London Black Revolutionaries, NUS Black Students campaign, BARAC and Defend the Right to Protest.
Washington DC: The protest last night lasted around 4 hours, starting in Mount Vernon Sq, then took over New York Ave, occupied a Walmart on 1st, then back through Chinatown and ended with a rally on the steps in front of the National Portrait Gallery. (Photos and video: Caitlín Doherty)
Chicago, IL: Activists occupied City Hall, showing solidarity withpeople resisting racism and police terror across the US. “We do this for Marissa, we do this for Taneisha, we do this for Mike Brown, we do this for Rekia, we do this for Damo, we do this till they free us.” (Photo and video: Trish Kahle)
New York City: Protesters brought traffic to a standstill and blocked off roads, bridges and tunnels. (Photos and video: Ruth Lorimer)
Oakland, CA: Protestors marched down the I-580 Freeway on Monday night. Marching through the centre of Oakland, the chant was “No justice, no peace” (Photo and video: Adam Hudson)