Hundreds of protesters wrapped up a major rally at the Underground Tuesday to protest the Ferguson decision. The rally was peaceful and attended by a diverse group representing various races and ages.
The rally ended at 9 p.m. the way they began each hour of the four hour event - with a four minute moment of silence.
The fours represented the four hours that Brown's body laid on the Ferguson street before it was recovered.
The marchers clenched the fists and raised them in the air.
"Take that pain in your arm and take it to the streets, said Queen K, of #itsbiggerthanyou.