PHILA. CITY HALL (WPVI) -- Protesters marched and rallied at Philadelphia City Hall.
They peacefully held up their hands, and said 'don't shoot.'
The group started around 11 p.m. Friday at 22nd and Lehigh Avenue in North Philadelphia.
The protesters boarded the Broad Street Line before arriving to Center City.
Some of the protesters yelled at police in an effort to taunt them, but there were no arrests.
Earlier, a demonstration by the Philly Coalition for Real Justice, made its voice heard in North Philadelphia.
They chanted 'no justice, no peace.' Words they say come from a "place of hurt, anger and frustration."
Their feelings are related to the tension with police, and the scourge of gun violence.
Protesters rally at Philadelphia City Hall
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