The Ferguson #MikeBrown protesters are back out on the streets Sunday in South St. Louis.
The protesters are blocking the intersection at Manchester and Boyle in the Grove neighborhood, an up-and-coming restaurant and club area.
Several protesters are carrying “End white supremacy” signs.
Mashable says the protesters are now younger, angrier and targeting the middle class.
“#Ferguson protestors now younger, angrier, targeting middle-class. Crime up along Canfield because of no cops.” http://t.co/iVK7NCq34C
— Soylent Gay Mafia (@kpb08) October 13, 2014
The protesters laid their signs in the street.
The protest signs include, “Racism kills” and “Police put your pepper spray down.”
Occupy the Grove! #FegusonOctober #TheyThinkItsAGame #TheyThinkItsAJoke pic.twitter.com/ijTjdQNdJ2
— Tomás Garrett (@tjg1903) October 13, 2014
The crowd tonight includes anarchists and agitators.
It looks like another violent, dangerous night ahead in St. Louis.
UPDATE: (12:45 AM) They’re marching towards the new QT on Manchester and Vandeventer.
UPDATE: (1:00 AM) The mob turned up Vandeventer going north.
UPDATE: The militant protesters met up with another group and then marched several blocks to St. Louis University campus.
Protestors created two groups in the Shaw neighborhood earlier in the evening. According to News 4 crews on the scene, one group marched through the Grove on Manchester, turned on Vandeventer and met up with the other group near Forest Park Parkway.
Around 5:30 a.m. Monday morning roughly 80 protestors remained on the campus.
Protesters came to the St. Louis area over the weekend to participate in, what organizers called, ‘Ferguson October.’ ‘Ferguson October’ was planned after the officer-involved shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri in August.
Less than a week before the movement was scheduled to begin, Vonderrit Myers, Jr was killed during an officer-involved shooting in the Shaw Neighborhood. The shooting brought protesters to the Shaw neighborhood.