Across the country on Monday night, people took to the streets to protest the grand jury decision to not indict Officer Darren Wilson in the August shooting of Michael Brown.
From Ferguson, Missouri, where Brown lived, to major cities like New York and Los Angeles, to places in between, the outrage over the decision was palpable. People of all ages and races hit the streets, some with signs, others holding their hands up in what's become an oft-used way of honoring the late 18-year-old, and others lying on the pavement, outlined by chalk.
While the reactions in Ferguson became at times chaotic -- cars and buildings were torched -- protests in other areas appeared to remain peaceful.
Below, take a look at the stirring images from across the nation.