Thousands of people poured into the streets Sunday marking a second day of widespread protest against President Trump's executive order banning immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries.
From Boston to San Francisco, the protestors—of every color, creed, and age—carried signs and shouted slogans making clear in one voice that Trump's "Muslim ban" is an affront to their ideals and their country.
Large crowd outside White House protesting Trump's executive order pic.twitter.com/03VIGqSmnQ— Patrick Caldwell (@patcaldwell) January 29, 2017
The scene at the Senate right now. pic.twitter.com/IZsVh3YVqZ— Ben Kesling (@bkesling) January 29, 2017
Protest against Immigration ban from the Newseum pic.twitter.com/qA30MXMvJe— Lindsey Tepe (@l_tepe) January 29, 2017
Outside Trump Hotel, heading toward the Capitol. Never seen this kind of thing in DC. Crowd keeps coming & coming, growing bigger & bigger. pic.twitter.com/ia72umkHoT— Garance Franke-Ruta (@thegarance) January 29, 2017
Children leading chant outside the White House pic.twitter.com/6nuI965HYD— Sabrina Siddiqui (@SabrinaSiddiqui) January 29, 2017
New York City:
Battery Park baby pic.twitter.com/6tDXFCpFUB— Jia Tolentino (@jiatolentino) January 29, 2017