Indianapolis Black Leaders Seek Positive Action

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) _ Black leaders in Indianapolis say anger over the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case needs to be turned into positive action.
Indiana Black Expo President Tanya Bell said during a Wednesday news conference that she wanted to move on from the debate over whether Ferguson, Missouri, police Officer Darren Wilson should've been indicted for killing the unarmed black teenager.
Bell says many people are filled with hurt and confusion, but those emotions must be directed in a constructive way to honor Brown's life.
A peaceful demonstration Tuesday evening on Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis drew about 150 people. A peace vigil is planned Wednesday evening in downtown South Bend.