About a dozen people rallied in front of the Dallas Police Department after the announcement of the grand jury's decision not to indict the Ferguson police officer who shot and killed an unarmed teenager.
Officials said the group Mothers Against Police Brutality organized the protest Monday to let those in Ferguson know they stand by them.
"We want the young people of Ferguson to know that we stand with them," said John Fullin Wider of Mothers Against Police Brutality. "And we want the young people of Dallas to know, especially black and brown people, that there are people that care about them."
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The group is planning another protest Tuesday night.