Protesters target Black Friday sales in Ferguson and Chicago


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Protesters in Ferguson, Missouri are now calling for a boycott of Black Friday.

Anger continues to boils over in the wake of the grand jury's decision not to indict Police Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown.

Activists are now targeting major retailers, including Target and Wal-Mart, and asking supporters to skip the post-holiday shopping tradition as a show of solidarity.

Seventy-five demonstrators protested peacefully outside of a suburban St. Louis Wal-Mart overnight.

A protest outside of Chicago's Water Tower Place got underway Friday morning.

While retailers played no part in Michael Brown's death, protest leaders are following an old tactic of showing up where there are a lot of people, and a lot of TV cameras.

The Chicago protestors say they want people to boycott Black Friday with them because they believe police are more interested in protecting retailers' property than the rights of individuals.


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