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Updated January 25, 2017 | Revolution Newspaper |


January 30, 2017

Toronto, Canada

Hundreds of people jammed the street in front of the U.S. consulate, which was forced to shut down for the day.

(pic credit: Twitter/@michalrozworski)


New York City

Students from NYU, Pace, New School, and Columbia University rally at Bryant Park in Manhattan, standing up against Trump's Muslim ban.

(pic credit Twitter/@RefuseFascism)


Washington, DC

Hundreds protested against Trump in front of the U.S. Supreme Court

(pic credit: Twitter/@WhipHoyer)


Columbus, OH

The police used pepper spray against hundreds of people who were in the street near the Ohio statehouse peacefully protesting.


UK: Thousands in Over 27 Cities Denounce Trump's Muslim Ban

On Monday, protests against Trump's ban on Muslims immigrants and refugees erupted in at least 27 cities in the United Kingdom. In London, thousands gathered outside 10 Downing Street in London, the offices of the prime ministers, as well as thousands in other cities in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. Among the signs/chants were "No Trump, No KKK, No Fascist USA" and "A diverse world is a beautiful world."

January 29, 2017

Protests Across the Country Condemn Trump’s Anti-Muslim Ban

Sunday, January 29, massive crowds rallied and marched in the streets of New York City and Boston and at airports from coast to coast, including Atlanta, Birmingham, Boise, Las Vegas, San Diego, Dallas, Detroit, Houston, Chicago, Cleveland, Los Angeles, Phoenix, and Washington, D.C.

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Washington DC march against the ban.

Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles, CA

January 28, 2017

Immigrants Detained Immediately After Trump’s Anti-Muslim Order—Thousands Protest at JFK Airport, Many More Across the Country

8:30pm: NYC police are now blocking anyone without a ticket from entering JFK airport.

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JFK Airport, NYC, January 28 (twitter/@melissagira)

January 26, 2017

Philadelphia: Thousands March Against Trump in the Middle of the City

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Shia LaBeouf Arrested at His Anti-Trump Art Project HEWILLNOTDIVIDE.US

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January 25, 2017

Outside court hearing for demonstrators arrested January 25 for disrupting Sessions confirmation hearing.

Early morning of January 25 Protesters unfurled a 70-foot by 35-foot banner from a high-rise crane a few blocks from the White House in Washington, DC, for several hours. According to the press, a statement issued by Greenpeace quoted one of the people who unfurled the banner, “I fear not only the policies of the incoming administration, but also the people emboldened by this election to commit acts of violence and hate. Now is the time to resist.” (Photo: Ken Cedeno/Greenpeace)

January 24, 2017

Evanston, Illinois, H.S. Walkout Against Trump-Pence

On Tuesday, hundreds of students from Evanston Township High School in Evanston Township, IL, walked out of class midday for a march and rally in the town square, chanting "Hey hey, ho ho, Donald Trump has got to go." The protest was started by one student putting out the call on facebook and bringing together about a dozen students as a core of organizers. At the rally, this student said "If you are not outraged, you are not paying attention. Protesting is only step one."

One student told the press that she cried for three days after the election. Another said “we are scared and angry.” Others recognized the danger under Trump-Pence to people who are different, which includes some of these youth that took part in the protest.

Read more about it, and watch the video of the rally HERE.

Evanston Township High School students

January 23, 2017

Chicago: Youth Take to Streets against Trump

On Monday a Refuse Fascism crew went back out to downtown Chicago to challenge people to stay in the streets, no business as usual. Some of the local press came: Fox TV, ABC and photographer from the Tribune. Some people who had marched at the Inauguration Day protests and the Women's March this weekend joined. A crew of Black students from a downtown alternative high school played a big role in carrying signs, banners, chanting loudly and challenging others to join. Several college students joined up, one from Brazil.

We marched down the main shopping street for 3 blocks before the cops came and threatened arrests. But people had their eyes on marching to Trump Tower. Cars honked for us and people from all walks of life gave support. A white grade schooler from Wisconsin visiting Chicago with his mother joined for a few blocks, and the Black youth gave a warm cheer. A man on his way to the commuter train changed his plans, ran with us, and videotaped the speak-out in front of Trump Tower.

High school students, a white college student from Florida, young Black student, and others spoke to why they were out in the streets against Trump. A Latino brother who said he had been in “the life” in his youth said that people killing each other is just getting played by the system and challenged the youth to set their sights on and be part of driving Trump out.

In front of the Supreme Court, Washington, DC, January 23

"Fascism always seeks to impose an absolutist and fantastical version of reality on society and to straitjacket any attempts to get at the objective truth of anything." —From "Lives in the Balance... Which Will Win? Trump’s First Days: The Heavy Hand of Fascism and the Spark of Resistance"
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January 22, 2017

Sunday, Carl Dix in front of the White House: Don't let fascism become new normal. No business as usual in DC & everywhere tomorrow!

January 21, 2017

Sunsara Taylor and RefuseFascism at the Women's March

Stay in the Streets! Don't Normalize Fascism! Drive Them From Power!

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January 20, 2017

Thousands are marching in DC—Stand up, join in!
In the Name of Humanity, We Refuse to Accept a Fascist America

People from Black Lives Matter chain themselves to protest Donald Trump, Washington, DC, January 20.
People from Black Lives Matter chain themselves to protest Donald Trump, Washington, DC, January 20. (Photo: Sipa via AP)

Plane in NYC pulling banner "We Outnumber Him. Resist!"

Highway I395

January 19, 2017

Hundreds of people, including RefuseFascism, confronted racist Trumpites outside the "DeploraBall" on Thursday night at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, where "alt-right" white supremacists were celebrating the fascist Trump-Pence regime. One racist whined about the protest against their ball: “This was our election. We emerged victorious.” The police moved against the protestors, using pepper spray on some people. The protestors stood their ground, making clear their determination to continue in the coming days and draw in many more people.

Projection on the National Press Club, Washington DC, "Impeach the Predatory President"

A hat "Make America Great Again" is burned

Tear gassing people outside deplorable ball for protesting

Tear gassing people outside deplorable ball for protesting

January 18, 2017

Wed Night-Dramatic Street Theater at the Capitol: “KKK Supports Trump” Carl Dix Calls Trump out as ILLEGITIMATE!

January 17, 2017

Marchers in the streets after 5:30 pm.

From WUSA9, 1/17/2017

From WUSA9, 1/17/2017

ABC News interviews Refuse Fascism Activist at Senate hearing for Trump’s appointed “education” secretary Betsy DeVos

January 16, 2017

Carl Dix at McPherson Square:

#NOFACISTUSA! Headed to Trump Hotel! Headed down P Street near 14th

January 15, 2017

January 15, Washington, DC:
Carl Dix: Something Started… It has to grow… 100’s to 1000’s

January 16, 2017

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Carl Dix at McPherson Square
Washington, D.C. – 1/15/17
On STOPPING Trump – Pence Before They Start

Washington, DC Die-In at Trump International Hotel

Washington, DC—Die-In at Trump International Hotel

Washington, DC—at Trump International Hotel

Washington, DC

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