1. Sign reading (English) "Racism is destroying Amerikkka"
2. Demonstrators and Brown family supporters at event
3. African-American Scholar Dr Cornel West
4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Anthony Shahid, activist:
"We're not anti-police, so don't try to get that out. I got blood relatives in my family that are police. We're not talking about that. We're talking about like minded people like Darren Wilson, that's shooting us down in the streets. Our human rights have been violated."
5. Demonstrators chanting (English) "If we can't get it. Shut it down."
6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Anthony Shahid, activist:
"We're using 4 minutes and a half. It's symbolic. Starting now, I don't want no sound, quiet."
7. Michael Brown, Sr. during four and a half minute silence
8. Sign reading (English): "Stop killing black children"
9. Demonstrators countdown to the end of the four minutes' silence, doves released
10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michael Brown, Sr., Father of Michael Brown
"Give all my love to my family, my friends, my people, my new friends, my world. You all are my world. Ya'll made this happen for us. If it wasn't for ya'll this would be swept up under the carpet too. So, I just want to give my love out to ya'll and than you."
11. Various of people carrying banners through crowd
12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Anthony Shahid, activist as Brown embraces loved one:
"You can see the pain on his wife and his children's face."
13. Stuffed animals with shirts bearing names of African-Americans who died at hands of police
14. Burned American flag
15. Demonstrator holding signs
16. Beginning of silent march to church
17. Child holding sign reading (English): "Thank you Michael Brown"
17. Various of march
18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Tabitha Chester, Demonstrator from Columbus, Ohio:
"Especially white Americans could think it was an isolated incident. I think since then we have really come to understand how systematic violence against black and brown bodies are by the police forces."
20. Various Michael Brown memorial
21. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ronald Herd, Activist from Memphis, Tennessee
"I would hope that black lives really do matter, today and every day. Without black folks, there would be no America, because America, its history, its story, has the black story in it."
One year after the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown Missouri, hundreds gathered to march in his memory after observing four and half minutes of silence.
Those who gathered in Ferguson on Sunday to commemorate Brown began their silence at 12:02 p.m., the time he was killed, for a length of time that symbolised the four and a half hours that his body lay in the street after he was killed.
Brown's father, Michael Brown Sr, led the march, which started at the site where Brown, who was un-armed, was fatally shot by Ferguson officer Darren Wilson on August 9 2014.
Some who marched wore T-shirts with likenesses of Brown or messages such as "Please stop killing us" or "Hands up! Don't shoot!" which became a rallying cry during the sometimes-violent protests that followed the shooting.