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(CNN) -- It was a protest of an altogether different sort.
Rather than take to the streets of Ferguson, these demonstrators took their demands to the seats of the symphony.
As the St. Louis Symphony returned from intermission Saturday night and readied to launch into Brahms' 'Ein deutsches Requiem' (A German Requiem), two audience members stood up and began singing an old protest song -- modified for a new cause.
originally posted by: roadgravel
I would imagine most, if not all, of the people there had nothing to do with his death. What would you expect from a group that has already stated he must be found guilty or they will be going on a rampage.
originally posted by: Elton
I don't understand how disrupting a symphony will change the speed at which the grand jury operates.
Or do they want a different kind of justice?