Demonstrators protesting the shooting death of Michael Brown hold signs as they walk through a local Walmart store on Black Friday, November 28, 2014 in Ferguson, Missouri. Joshua Lott/Getty Images/AFP
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Other protests were planned at shopping centers around the nation, though attendance was seemingly sparse aside from in Chicago, where about 200 people gathered near the city's Magnificent Mile shopping district.The mostly black group of protesters chanted in the faces of the officers -- most of whom were white -- as shoppers looked on.Since Monday night's announcement that Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson wouldn't be indicted for fatally shooting Brown in August, protests have occurred in Ferguson and across the country.Malcolm London, a leader in the Black Youth Project 100, which has been organizing Chicago protests, said group is trying to rally support for other issues, such as more transparency from Chicago police.
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