Protests Continue in Philadelphia, LA, More
NEW YORK (AP) — Immigrants and their advocates are continuing to march in Manhattan to protest Donald Trump's presidential election win.
Organizers say they're speaking out against Trump's support of deportation and other measures.
Demonstrations throughout the country — and the world — entered a fifth day Sunday.
Several hundred protesters in Philadelphia were marching downtown, some carrying signs that read "Donald Trump has got to go!"
A few hundred people gathered outside CNN's Los Angeles headquarters in a peaceful protest.
In San Francisco, hundreds marched from Golden Gate Park to Ocean Beach chanting "Love trumps hate!"
Demonstrations in other cities such as St. Louis, Denver, Chicago and more were planned.
Seventy-one people were arrested in Portland, Oregon, late Saturday and early Sunday during anti-Trump protests downtown. Authorities said protesters failed to obey orders.