Protesters gathered from across the country in the weekend of Oct. 20-21 to march on the Pentagon and fight back against the endless U.S. wars waged against the people of the world.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in front of the new Trump Hotel to show their outrage at Donald Trump's constant displays of racism, sexism and countless other forms of bigotry as well as his refusal to negotiate with workers who have voted to form a union at another one of his hotels.
While Trump's campaign is based on division, his bigotry is also uniting many different communities — against him — and leading to a resurgence in protest activity.
The Sept. 12 protest initiated by the ANSWER Coalition and endorsed by many progressive organizations and unions received widespread coverage in the local, national and international media.
On Monday, Sept. 12, protesters from a wide range of communities united outside of the new Trump hotel in Washington D.C. to stand up to bigotry and exploitation.
Events will be held this weekend in New Haven, Conn., and Chicago, Ill. to mark Women's Equality Day.