Police arrested 56 demonstrators attempting to enter the federal courthouse in downtown St. Louis as part of a day of civil disobedience marking one year since Michael Brown’s death.
Planned Parenthood released a statement on the allegations, denying it has conducted illegal activity or sold fetal tissue.
Fewer than 10 people were arrested for unlawful assembly.
St. Louis prosecutors have agreed to drop charges against a member of the Ferguson Commission and another protester if they complete a diversion program.
St. Louis NAACP leader Aldolphus Pruitt agrees with the investigation into police who used tasers on two protesters arrested on Washington Avenue.
Demonstrators marching from Ferguson to Missouri’s capital to protest the police shooting death of Michael Brown were met with opposition as they passed through a rural town.
The Rev. Al Sharpton says he’ll be with the family of Michael Brown when the grand jury’s decision is released as to whether Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson will be criminally charged.
Demonstrators at Missouri State University who were met with racial slurs and gun gestures during a silent march protesting fatal police shootings are receiving apologies and support from the school.
A crowd of about 200 turned out for a peaceful protest outside the Ferguson police station. More than a dozen were arrested.
Protestor testifies: “We were the ones who kept it clean, who kept it safe.”