FOUR YEARS OF TAKING IT TO THE STREETS.

AuthorDavis, Joeff
PositionON THE LINE - Demonstrations against the presidency of Donald Trump

The presidency of Donald Trump has, from its start, sown national discord. People have organized around a myriad of issues, including reproductive rights, immigration, and systemic racism. The streets have been the place for common folks to demonstrate, shout, and express their outrage.

Here we highlight a few of the millions of people who have marched during the past four years to call for social justice.

July 18,2016--Cleveland, Ohio: A woman shouts to the crowd during the "Stop Trump" rally on the first day of the Republican National Convention.

January 21,2017--Washington, D.C.: The Trump era gets off to a rousing start with the massive Women's March, attended by an estimated 500,000 people, one of the largest demonstrations in U.S. history.

January 29,2017--Altanta, Georgia: An organizer speaks into a megaphone at a protest against the Trump Administration's Muslim ban at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. (Photo by Brandon English.)

April 21,2018--Newnan, Georgia: Daniel Hanley is aggressively thrown to the ground and his face...

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