Chicago citizens peaceful march the streets to help support No Ban, No Wall, a slogan to get those to voice there opion about Trump's travel band and wall. These people believe that they should have either. They use their power by walking the street to send a strong message to those watching, and to government officals. Later this lead to the end of the travel ban.
Immigrant activists called for a "Day Without Immigrants", in which immigrants, whether legal or illegal, were encouraged not to go to work to prove just how valuable they are to the economy. Boycotting their jobs might have been a vouch for their rights, but their employers have proven them wrong by making a large percentage unemployed. The lack of support people gives immigrants only shows how trump is affecting a large part of our economy.
I chose this link because it shows how violent rallies can turn out, and a war between right and wrong can become dangerous between neighbors. Trump supporters clashed with a group of counter-protesters. In Huntington Beach, black-clad Trump haters confronted dozens of the President’s supporters as they marched. Four counter-protesters were arrested and three for illegal use of pepper spray and one for assault. When we see these stories come out, we are only reminded of the hatred that has been surfacing our country due to one man. Trump's supporters believe that making America great again means to unjustifiably discriminate and assault others with opposite beliefs.
In 2017, President Donald Trump, created a travel ban that would not allow citzens of 7 counties were banned from entering the US. This cause public outrate, and lead to thousands of deminstrations. Many believe that everyone deserves a change in the USA, and that this country is the land of the immigrants. For week, the people protested for the travel banned to be lifted, and finally it was.
In Washington D.C., protests begin to focus more on voting rights and the influence of money in politics. In the image above, you can see that this was a peace protest, yet over 900 citizen were arrested. These people were just using there freedom of speech and speaking out on what they believe in.
High school students march and wave banners in Beijing streets near Tiananmen Square (May 25, 1989). Many were willing to die for democracy...thousand of students went on hunger strikes asking the Chinese government to talk to them, listen to them, and to let them get involved.
Joanna Pianko protests with Occupy Chicago outside the Federal Reserve Bank. This picture depicts how the people want to be represented and have a voice within their organization and not be governed or controlled by their corporation.