Protesters light up their cell phones during a demonstration on Interstate 64 in St. Louis, Missouri, on Thursday, September 24.
A protester wears a gas mask outside the First Unitarian Church on Thursday in Louisville, Kentucky.
Police speak with protesters at the First Unitarian Church on Thursday in Louisville.
Tanesha Grant led about 100 people in a peaceful protest at Union Square in Manhattan on Thursday, September 24, one day after a grand jury charged only one officer for shooting into a neighboring apartment in the case of Breonna Taylor in Louisville, Kentucky. The protesters held signs calling for justice for Taylor as well as defunding the police.
Protesters march through Louisville, Kentucky on September 24.
An armed counter-protester speaks with Black Lives Matter demonstrators, on September 24, in Louisville, Kentucky.
Supporters of Breonna Taylor raise their fists near Jefferson Square Park in Louisville, Kentucky, on September 24.
Sheree Barbour holds her fist in the air as people protest the grand jury decision in the Breonna Taylor case on Wednesday, September 23, in Denver, Colorado.
Demonstrators march during a protest in New York over a Kentucky grand jury’s decision not to indict any police officers for the killing of Taylor.
Police officers move past Louisville City Hall as a curfew is implemented at 9 p.m. to disperse protesters.
Demonstrators gather at the US Department of Justice before marching to the White House to call for justice for Taylor.
Protesters demonstrate at the door to the Tennessee State Capitol in Nashville.
Demonstrators in Louisville react to gunfire. Two officers with the Louisville Metro Police Department were shot Wednesday night during the protests.
People rally in Denver to protest the grand jury decision.
A woman carries a boy and a sign that reads, “Please don’t make me a Breonna Taylor,” as they watch protesters gather in Brooklyn, New York.
Protesters attend a march at the Lake Merritt Amphitheater in Oakland, California, in solidarity with Louisville protesters.
Demonstrators march from the US Department of Justice to the White House.
Franklin Long touches a monument to boxer Joe Louis in downtown Detroit as protesters march calling for justice for Taylor.
A man holds a sign reading “Justice for Breonna Taylor” in Denver.
Protesters jump onto the lower roadway of the Manhattan Bridge as people demonstrate in New York.
Demonstrators march and block streets in Eugene, Oregon.
A protester rests in an intersection in downtown Los Angeles.
Graffiti in honor of Taylor is seen in Chicago.
Demonstrators march on the Williamsburg Bridge in New York.
Christina Johnson chants Taylor’s name as three women huddle following the grand jury announcement in Louisville.
Father Michael Pfleger led a group of protesters in Chicago before using fake blood to paint Taylor’s name on the street.
Protesters fill the streets of Louisville following the announcement from the state’s attorney general.
A Louisville police officer fires a pepper ball gun into a crowd of protesters.
Nicole Hayden reacts to the grand jury decision in Louisville.
A protester in Louisville offers a detained man water.
Louisville officers detain protesters following the announcement.
A woman confronts a National Guard vehicle in Louisville.
A Taylor supporter yells to journalists covering a protest in Louisville.
A member of the National Guard patrols downtown Louisville.
A demonstrator in Louisville confronts a police officer.
People had gathered in Louisville in anticipation of the decision. In the months since her death, Taylor’s plight has been taken up not only by demonstrators but by celebrities like NBA star LeBron James and Oprah Winfrey, who put the ER tech on the cover of her namesake magazine.
A woman in Louisville cries out after the charges were announced.
Names of victims of police shootings are seen on a boarded-up business in downtown Louisville.
People covered Jefferson Square in Louisville with signs and flowers memorializing Taylor while waiting for the announcement in her case.