Last night Oakland and San Francisco saw more marches, "die-ins," and calls for accountability in the deaths of black Americans at the hands of police. The most recent rallying cry was the decision of a Staten Island grand jury this week not to indict a white officer who appears in a video performing a choke-hold on black Eric Garner, who died at the scene.

In Oakland last night several hundred protesters set out from 14th and Broadway, reports KTVU, with one contingent splitting off for the Fruitvale BART station, invoking Oscar Grant's killing. According to ABC 7, police shut down the station for half an hour as a precaution at around 10 p.m. "No justice! No peace! Jail the racist police!" was one of many rallying cries.

Meanwhile in San Francisco, Market Street was once again briefly closed by a "die-in" protest, and buses were rerouted around the area. Meanwhile, says the Weekly, passenger on an N-Judah train reported seeing two people, possibly in protest, along the "catwalk" walkway in the tunnel heading toward Powell Street Station, closing that station briefly.

Tonight will be another night of protests in Oakland and San Francisco, publicized as usual by Occupy Oakland. The protests in Oakland, begin at 27th and Telegraph, and in San Francisco there's talk of meeting at the same spot as the past few nights by Powell Street BART and the cable cars. Also of note, Oakland's First Friday scheduled for tonight has been cancelled due to rain, so things won't be quite as chaotic.

All coverage of the Ferguson-related protests in the Bay Area on SFist.