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HOUSTON , Tx-- Dozens of protesters marched inside and outside the Galleria Saturday afternoon. Reports via social media stated multiple stores closed their doors due to protestors.

Protesters stood on four corners at Westheimer and Post Oak. Many chanted. Some carried signs. Every so often, groups took turns lying face up on the ground four-and-a-half minutes at a time. They called it a "die-in" protest.

The group is also upset by other grand jury decisions that "no billed" police officers in the deaths of black men, like New York's Eric Garner.

Protestors did remain peaceful throughout their demonstration.