On Thursday, various events took place around Cleveland to remember a Ferguson, MO teenager who was killed by police earlier this month.
Witnesses say the 18-year-old was unarmed and his hands were in the air when a police officer shot him to death last Saturday. Police say Brown attacked the officer and tried to take his gun. So far, officials have declined to release the officer's name for his safety.
Thursday marks day number five of the unrest in the St. Louis suburb. It was supposed to be the first day of school, but classes have been postponed until Monday.
"Sick and tired of simply, just being targets, whether it's just verbal harassment, physical harassment. Now it seems to be getting to the point where it seems like it's open season on young African-American youth," said Streeter.
Kat Voller brought her daughter, Sophie, from Westlake, hoping to "give her a better world than what she came into."
President Barack Obama addressed the chaos in the city:
"There is never an excuse for violence against police. There's also no excuse for police to use excessive force against peaceful protests."
The remarks follow a violent night in St. Louis where police fired tear gas and smoke bombs at protesters after the crowd threw firebombs.