Louisville Metro Police Department Interim Police Chief Robert Schroeder speaks to the media as he confirms two officers have been shot, after protesters clashed with police in Louisville, Kentucky, on September 23.

Protesters gather in Louisville, Kentucky on Wednesday, September 23. John Minchillo / AP

Protesters gather in Louisville, New York and Washington, DC tonight after the Kentucky Attorney General decided not to indict officers directly on Breonna Taylor’s death.

One of the three officers involved in Taylor’s death was charged today with three willful first-degree endangerment. No officials were charged directly with her death.

Crowds of protesters marched along Black Lives Matter Plaza in DC.

Hundreds of people gathered outside the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, and sang, “We want justice for Breonna.”

Angelo Pinto wore a black mask that read “Breonna Taylor” as he and others marched through the streets of Louisville, Kentucky, where a curfew will go into effect at 9 p.m. local time.

“No justice, no peace,” the demonstrators sang. Pinto is a co-founder of Until Freedom, a social justice organization that fights against systemic and racial injustices.

CNN’s Christina Zdanowicz contributed to this report.

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