1. Protesters marching, calling for justice for Michael Brown, the black teen who was fatally shot by a white police officer
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Malik Shabazz, Black Lawyers For Justice, National President:
"We'll keep demonstrating all night, and we are going to make sure that the message that officer Darren Wilson must be indicted and brought to justice right away."
3. Various of march
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Malik Shabazz, Black Lawyers For Justice, National President:
"I'm making sure that the traffic flows through, so that the police stay out of here. We don't want them to come here and antagonise everybody, so I make sure that the police stay out and I take charge with my forces, and that make sure everything goes okay."
7. Marchers, UPSOUND (English) "Black power, black power! To the people!"
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Vox pop - Walter Rice, Ferguson resident:
"I don't like this. I don't see American flags. We are all Americans. There's no black America, there's no white America. This is what I take. This is my home."
9. Captain Ron Johnson of Missouri State Highway Patrol talking with marcher while walking
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Captain Ron Johnson, Missouri State Highway Patrol:
(Man off-camera: "But right now you're representing that department.")
Johnson: "You know what I'm representing? Let me tell you what I represent. The first thing I represent is a man. The second thing I represent is a black man. Far down the ladder of them, I'm a husband, I'm a father. But down on the ladder of my life, I am a policeman. But I'm a Christian before that."
(Man off-camera: "I understand, that's how you consider yourself. Brother, brother, brother. I understand you consider yourself that. But when you're out here with that uniform on, you're police.")
Throngs of people who packed streets in a suburb of Saint Louis, Missouri, to protest the fatal shooting of a black teen were largely dispersing on Saturday night in advance of a curfew imposed to try to keep the peace after nights of violent clashes between police and protesters.
The midnight to 5 a.m. curfew was ordered on Saturday by Governor Jay Nixon as he declared a state of emergency in Ferguson, where 18-year-old Michael Brown was killed by a white police officer a week ago.
Officer Darren Wilson opened fire on 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, on August 9.
Despite heavy rainfall and lightning, hundreds of protesters gathered on Saturday night at a busy thoroughfare that has been the site of previous clashes with police.
Dozens of officers, a much more visible presence than the night before, stood watch - including some with shields.
Members of various black community groups were urging people to abide by the curfew.
Black Lawyers For Justice National President Malik Shabazz, said that the protest would go on "all night",
"We are going to make sure that the message that officer Darren Wilson must be indicted and brought to justice right away," Shabazz said.
Missouri State Highway Patrol Captain Ron Johnson, in charge of security in Ferguson, was peppered with questions as he walked among the protesters on Saturday.
One man in particular was pressing Johnson to say which side did he represent, being a black police officer.
"The first thing I represent is a man. The second thing I represent is a black man. Far down the ladder of them, I'm a husband, I'm a father. But down on the ladder of my life, I am a policeman. But I'm a Christian before that," said Johnson.
The man disagreed and said: "But when you're out here with that uniform on, you're police."