Students Across The Nation Protest Ferguson Non-Indictment

Students Across The Nation Protest Ferguson Non-Indictment
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College students staged demonstrations across the nation Tuesday after a grand jury decided not to indict the Ferguson, Missouri police officer who shot Michael Brown, an unarmed teenager.

At schools like New York University, the University of Pennsylvania, Georgetown University and the University of California, Berkeley, students joined ongoing city protests.

Students began their own protests at other campuses. Eastern Michigan University students had a march across campus. University of Missouri students marched to Columbia City Hall.

At Ohio University, students have occupied Baker University Center. The University of Maryland protested police militarization on their own campus.

See how students across the nation are reacting to the grand jury decision:

St. Louis University

Howard University

Students link arms in the @thestampumd food court in protest of last night's grand jury decision #OccupyStamp pic.twitter.com/dJj6OZcrcm

— James Levin (@jamesatticus) November 25, 2014

University of Pennsylvania

Morehouse College

Clemson University

Seattle Central College

North Carolina A&T University

University of California-Santa Cruz

Hofstra University

Morgan State University

@MU4MikeBrown protestors in front of Columbia city hall #missourianMM pic.twitter.com/8tc3xzDLTr

— Luria Freeman (@JournoTigre26) November 25, 2014

New Hampshire

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