Update 29 January 14:00
Thousands protested Saturday and Sunday in more than two dozen cities, many at airports, in response to President Trump’s executive order banning people from seven countries. Notable in San Francisco: Google co-founder Sergey Brin.
— Bloomberg Politics (@bpolitics) January 28, 2017
Meanwhile, federal judges in New York, Virginia and Seattle issued emergency stays that effectively stopped a key part of Trump’s executive order (yeah ACLU).
— The Economist (@TheEconomist) January 29, 2017
Refugees Detained at U.S. Airports, Prompting Legal Challenges to Trump’s Immigration Order https://t.co/tiZHYS25To
— ⚡️Kathy E Gill (@kegill) January 29, 2017
Holy shit. DHS is refusing to accept court ruling. Will continue as originally directed by Trump. ☠️ https://t.co/fXOnUPql2b
— DHH (@dhh) January 29, 2017
— Ansel Halliburton (@anseljh) January 29, 2017
At least one analyst asserts that the ban violates the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965
Additional protests are being organized around the county for Sunday.
- Albuquerque – Sunday
- Atlanta – Sunday
- Detroit – Sunday
- Greenville-Spartanburg – Sunday
- Indianapolis – Sunday
- Los Angeles
- Minneapolis-St Paul
- New York
- Phoenix – Sunday
- Raleigh-Durham – Sunday
- Sacramento – Sunday
- Salt Lake Cit
- San Diego
- San Francisco
- Washington Dulles
Protests in tweets, video and photos
In order to manage page load and create an archive of protest news, protest details are on a different page.