Anonymous has called for a "National Day of Rage" in protest of the heavy-handed police action in Ferguson, Missouri, in the wake of the Mike Brown shooting 12 days ago. The activist group says the protests across the U.S. on Thursday will be peaceful demonstrations in support of the people of Ferguson. Anonymous has pushed for transparency in the Brown shooting investigation and called for an end to police brutality in Ferguson and throughout the U.S.

Anonymous announced the demonstrations on Monday following days of clashes between police and protesters in Ferguson. Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon declared a state of emergency and established a midnight curfew on Aug. 16, which was lifted on Monday. He also called the National Guard to establish peace in the St. Louis suburb of 21,000, wracked by the fatal police shooting of the unarmed black teen Aug. 9 on a Ferguson street.

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder arrived Wednesday in Ferguson to meet with officials to be briefed on the Brown shooting investigation. "I understand that mistrust. I am the attorney general of the United States. But I am also a black man," said Holder while meeting with members of the community, referring to his own experiences with racial profiling.

Several days after the shooting, an individual who identified with Anonymous, using the Twitter account @TheAnonMessage, released the name of the alleged officer who fatally shot Brown, although that information was incorrect. The decision to release that information has been the source of much debate within Anonymous.

The police department on Aug. 15 finally identified the involved officer as Darren Wilson. 

Here's where the Anonymous "National Day of Rage" events will be held. All times local:

Phoenix: 5 p.m. (Eastlake Park, 1549 E Jefferson St , Phoenix, AZ 85034)

Tuscon: 5 p.m. (Catalina Park, 900 N 4th Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85705)

Little Rock: 6 p.m. (Outside State Capitol Building, Dr Martin Luther King Jr Dr., Little Rock, AR 72201)

San Francisco: 4 p.m. (Civic Center Plaza, 355 Mcallister St, San Francisco, California 94102)

Oakland: 4 p.m. (Frank Ogawa Plaza, 1 Frank H Ogawa Plaza, Oakland, CA 94612)

Los Angeles: 4 p.m. (Leimert Plaza Park, 4395 Leimert Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90008)

Denver: 5 p.m. (Civic Center Park, 100 W 14th Ave Pkwy, Denver, Colorado 80204)

Washington D.C.: 7 p.m. (Outside White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20500)

Atlanta: 7 p.m. (Old Decatur Courthouse, 101 E Court Sq, Decatur, GA 30030)

Tampa: 7 p.m. (Outside Hillsborough Courthouse, 800 E Twiggs St, Tampa, FL)

Orlando: 7 p.m. (Lake Eola Park, 195 N Rosalind Ave, Orlando, Florida 32801)

Miami: 7 p.m. (Gwen Cherry Park, NW 71 St., Miami, Florida, 33147)

Chicago: 6 p.m. (Richard J. Daley Center, 50 W Washington St, Chicago, Illinois 60602)

Des Moines: 6 p.m. (Iowa Sate Capitol, 1007 E Grand Ave, Des Moines, IA 50319)

New Orleans: 6 p.m. (Lafayette Square, New Orleans, LA 70130)

Baltimore: 7 p.m. (201 E Pratt St, Baltimore, MD 21202)

Boston: 7 p.m. (Massachusetts State House, 24 Beacon St, Boston, MA 01233)

Detroit: 7 p.m. (Hart Plaza, One Hart Plaza, Detroit, Michigan 48226)

Lansing: 7 p.m. (State Capitol Building, Capitol Avenue at Michigan Avenue, Lansing, MI 48933)

Ann Arbor: 7 p.m. (The Diag, Burns Park, Ann Arbor, MI 48109)

Minneapolis: 6 p.m. (Minneapolis Urban League, 2100 Plymouth Ave N, Minneapolis, MN 55411

St. Louis: 6 p.m. (Gateway Arch, St. Louis 63102)

Carson City: 4 p.m. (Nevada State Capitol Building, 101 N Carson St, Carson City, Nevada 89701)

New York: 7 p.m. (Times Square, Manhattan, NY, 10036)

Newark: 7 p.m. (Newark City Hall, 920 Broad Street, Newark, New Jersey 07102)

Durham: 7 p.m. (200 E. Main St. Durham, North Carolina)

Columbus: 7 p.m. (Goodale Park, Columbus, Ohio 43215)

Cleveland: 7 p.m. (Cleveland Public Library, 325 Superior Ave E, Cleveland, Ohio 44114)

Portland: 4 p.m. (Pioneer Courthouse Square, 701 SW 6th Ave, Portland, Oregon 97204)

Philadelphia: 7 p.m. (Love Park, 1599 John F Kennedy Blvd, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102)

Pittsburgh: 7 p.m. (Pittsburgh City-County Building, 414 Grant St, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219)

Nashville: 6 p.m. (801 Broadway Nashville, TN 37203 Estes Kefauver Federal Building)

Memphis: 6 p.m. (Health Sciences Park Memphis, TN)

Austin: 6 p.m. (Texas State Capitol, Outside South Gate-11th and Congress Ave.)

Salt Lake City: 5 p.m. (Salt Lake City Community College, 4600 S Redwood Rd, Salt Lake City, Utah 84123)

Seattle: 4 p.m. (Queen Anne Baptist Church, 2011 1st Ave N, Seattle, Washington 98109)

Milwaukee: 5 p.m. (Dineen Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin)