Mo. teen’s killing reverberates in Boston ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page FAIZ SIDDIQUI FOR THE BOSTON GLOBE Hundreds of people held their hands in the air during a moment of silence on the Boston Common as part of Thursday’s vigil in response to events in Ferguson, Mo. Jeff Roberson/AP The National Moment of Silence for Victims of Police Brutality, or “NMOS14” movement, helped organizers arrange the event, which is one of several planned around the United States. Pictured: Demonstrators peacefully marched down a street in Ferguson. Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff Jay Dodd (with a megaphone) led more than 600 people to raise their hands during a moment of silence on the Common. Mark J. Terrill/AP National attention has landed on the St. Louis suburb after a police officer fatally shot an unarmed black 18-year-old. Pictured: Protests in Los Angeles. Joe Raedle/Getty Images Protesters raised their arms and shouted “hands up, don’t shoot” outside of a federal building in Miami. Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff At the Boston vigil, Camila Carpio, 18, held a sign with names of people killed by police officers. BOB RIHA JR./Reuters Residents of South Los Angeles held signs about fatal police shootings in their area.