On Monday night (November 24), Ferguson Prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced that Darren Wilson would not be indicted in the August 9 shooting death of the unarmed black teenager Michael Brown. This verdict was met with frustration and despair from residents all over the country, and two days after the decision was made, the protests have continued.
Much of the protestation is happening in Ferguson itself -- where the Missouri governor declared a State of Emergency before the decision was even made -- but the citizens of Brown's former hometown are certainly not alone. Thousands of protestors marched from Union to Times Square in New York on Tuesday night, and Los Angeles, D.C., Oakland, and Atlanta also came out in support of justice for Mike Brown.
Here's a look at what is happening across America from last night, and into today: