No more presidents: protesting the Trump inauguration (Video)

The days of action surrounding the inauguration of Donald Trump marked a clear rejection of his administration and the global rise of right-wing populism.

The inauguration of Donald Trump as president of the United States has unleashed a wave of anger across the country. Faced with the frightening prospect of an authoritarian right-wing government, many people have chosen to take their opposition to the streets. In the days surrounding Trump’s inauguration, Washington DC became the scene of continuous disruptions and resistance.

On the day after the inauguration, one of the largest international mobilizations in recent history took place with an estimated 4.8 million people marching in over 700 cities around the world. These days of action marked a clear rejection of the Trump administration and the global rise of right-wing populism.

The inauguration of Donald Trump as president of the United States has unleashed a wave of anger across the country. Faced with the frightening prospect of an authoritarian right-wing government, many people have chosen to take their opposition to the streets. In the days surrounding Trump’s inauguration, Washington DC became the scene of continuous disruptions and resistance.

On the day after the inauguration, one of the largest international mobilizations in recent history took place with an estimated 4.8 million people marching in over 700 cities around the world. These days of action marked a clear rejection of the Trump administration and the global rise of right-wing populism.

Editor’s Note: Rise Up Times does not endorse all the types of action and civil disobedience taking place in this video. Nor does Rise Up Times condone the actions of the police.


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