As protesters across the U.S. take to the streets to condemn the election of Donald Trump as America’s next president, the sentiment has transcended borders.
While thousands have taken to the streets in cities across the United States, it’s not known how many people will show up to the Vancouver rallies and if it could disrupt traffic.
Today’s event is being planned by a group describing itself as “anti-fascist and anti-racist” while this weekend’s event is organized by a Vancouverite who says she lived in Louisiana for 6 years and is disgusted by the outcome of the election.
A Facebook event says demonstrators will stand in solidarity with those who stand for justice, equality, popular vote and policy over popularity.
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The demonstrations come on the heels of large protests across the U.S. against Trump’s shock victory.
Protesters carried signs with messages of support for minority groups and reading “not my president.”
Thousands of protesters marched in Manhattan, and large groups took to the streets chanting slogans like “Donald Trump go away, racist, sexist, anti-gay” in more than half a dozen other cities.
In Los Angeles, one group burned a Donald Trump pinata, and police in riot gear stood watch while masses blocked U.S. 101, one of the city’s busiest freeways, before officers eventually arrested 13 people according to local media.
Trump is meeting outgoing President Barack Obama today to discuss the transition.