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On Nov. 24, hundreds of people gathered in Philadelphia in protest after a St. Louis prosecutor announced a grand jury decision to not indict officer Darren Wilson, the policeman who shot 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., this past August. The Daily Pennsylvanian was on the scene as crowds gathered at City Hall to hear the decision and then throughout the night as the protest covered the city. Below are images and videos of the protest, as well as a part of Mayor Michael Nutter's statement on Ferguson and interviews with protesters. 

Content is in chronological order. 

Protestors stream the Ferguson, MO. press conference on a phone and use a megaphone to play it to the crowd. 

The protest then became a march through the city

At 11 o'clock, Mayor Michael Nutter held a press conference in City Hall. Here is a section of the press conference where Nutter discusses Ferguson and the protests. 

By Amanda Suarez

After Michael Nutter's press conference, the protest continued down Market. Video Producer-elect Carter Coudriet caught up with the march at 3rd and Callowhill. Below is his two part reporter's notebook. 

Disclaimer:  Language NSFW

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