Wednesday October 28, 2020
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BY staff | Tucson, AZ | 11/13/16
More than 300 people gathered on Nov. 12, joining the wave of protests across the country with loud and clear messages of rejection of the new president-elect Donald Trump and his agenda of right-wing hate and repression.
BY Andrew Arachikavitz | New York, New York | 11/13/16
After days of unrest following the results of the U.S. presidential election, tens of thousands of people continue to flood the streets of downtown Manhattan, Nov. 12, in direct opposition to the new President-elect Donald J. Trump.
BY Cassia Laham | Miami, Fl | 11/13/16
Over 4000 people took to the streets of Miami Friday night, Nov. 11 to protest the presidential election and President-elect Donald Trump.
BY Fabian Van Onzin | Houston, TX | 11/13/16
Dozens of people marched through downtown for the third night of protests, Nov. 12, against Donald Trump.
BY Ian Decker | Salt Lake City, UT | 11/12/16
Roughly 3000 people demonstrated against Trump's agenda, Nov. 10. The event was organized by a coalition of student, worker and community organizations. Protesters gathered at the Wallace F. Bennett Federal Building. The crowd chanted, “Racist, sexist, anti-gay, Donald Trump go away!” and “Liberation not deportation!” Several speakers representing various activist organizations in the valley spoke urging opposition to Trump's agenda.
BY Fabian Van Onzin | Houston, TX | 11/12/16
Hundreds of people, many who were students, came out to protest the election of Donald Trump, Nov. 10. They gathered in front of City Hall and began chanting, "Hey Trump, you liar, we're here to say you're fired," followed by a few speeches. The sentiment of the crowd was one of rage and anger.
BY Sean Taylor | Salt Lake City, UT | 11/11/16
Over 600 people rallied at the Salt Lake City and County Building on Nov. 9 to protest President-elect Trump.
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BY Charla Schlueter | Asheville, NC | 11/11/16
Over 300 people came out here, Nov. 10, to stand in solidarity with Muslims, women, African Americans, immigrants, and LGBTQ members of the community.
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BY Kat Sanchez | Los Angeles, CA | 11/10/16
Thousands of protesters took to the streets here, at 8 p.m., Nov. 9, chanting, "Say it loud, say it clear! Immigrants are welcome here!" and "Women's rights are human rights," and “He’s not our president!”
BY S. Sanchez | St. Paul, MN | 11/10/16
When the outcome became clear election night, activists in the fight against against police crimes and for Black liberation created a Facebook event calling for a protest Nov. 9.
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