Hundreds of Philadelphia high school students walked out of class Friday carrying signs as part of a rally in protest of the recent grand jury decisions about the deaths of the unarmed, black father, Eric Garner, and the unarmed, black teen, Michael Brown.
Students from the Kensington Health Science Academy began streaming out of the school building shrtly after 10:30 a.m.
Other students from around the city staged a similar walk out -- all in response to the decisions, made by two separate grand juries, not to indict Darren Wilson and Officer Daniel Pantaleo.
Pantaleo was caught on camera putting Eric Garner, a Staten Island father of six, in a chokehold. Garner, who could be heard shouting that he was having trouble breathing, later died.
Wilson fatally shot Michael Brown in Ferguson earlier this year.
Neither office was charged.