Protestors staged demonstrations against police brutality at shopping malls across the country on "Super Saturday," one of the biggest shopping days of the year, following the officer-involved deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner.
Here's a look at some of the other #BlackLivesMatter protests that went down at shopping malls from Seattle to Albany.
Mall of America - Bloomington, MN
The biggest demonstration took place at the Mall of America outside Minneapolis, where an estimated 3,000 people shut down the mall. Twenty-five people were arrested according to a Bloomington Police Department spokesman.
King of Prussia Mall - King of Prussia, PA
An estimated 180 demonstrators staged a "die-in" at the King of Prussia Mall near Philadelphia, PA. Protesters chanted "no justice, no peace" during the peaceful demonstration. No arrests were made but state troopers were present.
Lenox Square Mall - Atlanta, GA
About 70 protesters shut down traffic near the Lenox Square Mall in Atlanta, GA, blocking the streets with banners and laying down in the middle of the road. Thirteen people were arrested, according to the Atlanta Police Department.
Crossgates Mall - Albany, NY
A small group of around 30 protesters gathered at the entrance of Crossgates Mall, holding signs and chanting "black lives matter." The die-in lasted for 11 minutes, the same number of times Eric Garner said "I can't breathe."
Bellevue Square Mall - Bellevue, WA
Roughly 40 demonstrators converged on the Bellevue Square Mall near Seattle, staging another die-in in support of the "Black lives matter" protest movement. Officers in riot gear warned protestors they were trespassing and ordered them to leave the property; no arrests were made.
Alexandra DiPalma is a producer for Fusion Lightworks, Fusion’s In-house Branded Content Agency.