Community reaction near Halsted Street and Roosevelt Road in Chicago after the release of the 2014 video of Laquan McDonald being shot by Chicago Police officer Jason Van Dyke, on Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015.

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Demonstrators gathered along popular shopping area in Chicago to disrupt Black Friday shopping to call attention to shooting death of Laquan McDonald.

Lauren Porter
Nov, 27, 2015

Chicago police arrested four protestors at a Laquan McDonald demonstration early Friday morning.

While protests throughout the city have remained peaceful, ABC 7 Chicago reports that those arrested were destroying public property and resisting arrest.

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A public school teacher was one of those taken into custody as a large crowd of protesters marched down Michigan Avenue to disrupt Black Friday shoppers and draw attention to police brutality within the city.

Protests began in Chicago on Tuesday after a judge ordered that the Police Department release dash cam footage of the shooting death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald. The video shows Officer Jason Van Dyke shooting McDonald 16 times. Van Dyke has since been arrested and charged with first degree murder.