About 50 demonstrators disrupted the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra on Saturday night to protest the Mike Brown cop shooting in Ferguson, MO.
The protestors purchased tickets to attend the symphony at Powell Symphony Hall. Demonstrators in the upper balcony unfurled banners that read: "Mike Brown 1996-2014" and "Racism lives here." Blacks and whites stood up and sang a Negro spiritual titled "Which Side Are You On."
"Justice for Mike Brown is justice for us all," they sang. "Which side are you on friend? Which side are you on?"
Some in the stunned crowd booed as demonstrators shouted "Black lives matter!"
"He was a thug," a man was heard on camera saying.
The symphony's vice president said he was unaware of the planned protest for 18-year-old Brown who was gunned down by Ferguson cop Darren Wilson in August. Wilson has not been indicted or arrested.
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