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Protests erupt across the nation in response to Trump immigrant ban

In more than a dozen cities, thousands protested President Trump’s executive order banning immigrants from seven Muslim countries. More planned for Sunday. #MuslimBan #NoBanNoWall #LoveWins

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.

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).


Nevertheless, the Trump Administration is refusing to comply with court orders.

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.


Protest cities

  1. Albuquerque – Sunday
  2. Atlanta – Sunday
  3. Boston
  4. Brooklyn
  5. Chicago
  6. Dallas
  7. Denver
  8. Detroit – Sunday
  9. Greenville-Spartanburg – Sunday
  10. Houston
  11. Indianapolis – Sunday
  12. Los Angeles
  13. Louisville
  14. Milwaukee
  15. Minneapolis-St Paul
  16. New York
  17. Newark
  18. Philadelphia
  19. Phoenix – Sunday
  20. Pittsburgh
  21. Portland
  22. Raleigh-Durham – Sunday
  23. Sacramento – Sunday
  24. Salt Lake Cit
  25. San Diego
  26. San Francisco
  27. Seattle
  28. 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.

By Kathy E. Gill

Digital evangelist, speaker, writer, educator. Transplanted Southerner; teach newbies to ride motorcycles! @kegill

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