Most college and high school students spent Thanksgiving Break with family members. But once students returned to campus Monday, hundreds of them walked out to continue protesting a Ferguson grand jury's decision to not indict white officer Darren Wilson for shooting unarmed black teenager Michael Brown on Aug. 9.

Reuters reports protestors and students shut down two intersections near Stanford, and several hundred students in Boston, New York, Baltimore and Los Angeles walked out.

"Michael Brown's death was a catalyst for a lot of issues in this country," one 20-year-old student from Washington University in St. Louis told Reuters. "We are fighting for the oppressed."

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