Sunday, January 22, 2017

Rainy Rally at UCI on Inauguration Day

Demonstrators walk under umbrellas in a downpour as they protest newly elected
President Donald Trump at UC Irvine on Friday. Photo by Don Leach. 
Friday's noontime rally on Inauguration Day gets some ink in the LA Times. One of the students interviewed is Jordan Hoiberg of Irvine Valley College and Rebel Girl knows that Red Emma is in one of the photos somewhere. He came home soaked.

UCI marchers protest as Trump begins his presidency

A few hours after Donald Trump was sworn in Friday as the nation’s 45th president, a line of more than 100 UC Irvine faculty members and students took to the campus in pouring rain to demonstrate their opposition to his policies on immigration and other issues and urge other opponents to keep organizing during Trump’s presidency.
Some shouted “Education, not deportation” and held signs reading “Black lives matter” and “Immigrants welcome.”
“We need to show that Trump’s policy on mass deportation [of undocumented immigrants] is not acceptable to our communities,” said Jordan Hoiberg, 22, an Irvine Valley College student who marched at the front of the line.
To read the rest and see more photos, click here.



Anonymous said...

Trump is going to deport 2-3 million dangerous illegal aliens with felony convictions on the books. How is that anti-education, anti-student? It's not.

Anonymous said...

Good turnout under such conditions. Zot, zot!

Anonymous said...

9:10, those are the same people that gave Hillary the popular vote.

Traitor? Idiot? Both?