Protesters react to the St. Louis grand jury decision not to indict Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown November 24, 2014 in Chicago, Illinois. Michael Brown was shot by Officer Darren Wilson on August 9, 2014, his death sparked riots in Ferguson Missouri in August.

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Demonstrators in Ferguson marched and chanted in Walmart to protest the grand jury decision.

Jolie A. Doggett
Nov, 28, 2014

Demonstrators in Ferguson are hitting the stores this Black Friday not to shop, but to protest.

According to Reuters, protesters in the Missouri town are targeting major retailers today to vent their anger after the grand jury decision on Monday.

A large group of about 75 protesters began by flooding into a Walmart near St. Louis early Friday morning, marching peacefully and chanting "Hands up, don't shoot!" shocking both staff and shoppers. After being told to disperse by a group of police officers, they proceeded to a nearby Target store to continue the demonstration.

These peaceful demonstrations come after a grand jury announced Monday that Officer Darren Wilson would not face any criminal charges for killing unarmed Black teen, Michael Brown. The Justice for Michael Brown Leadership Coalition immediately began organizing "No Justice, No Profit" campaign calling for citizens to boycott businesses throughout the holiday weekend. 

"Until this nation begins to place value on Black lives, there will be no value placed on business," said coalition member Dacia Polk.