Protesters marched through the streets Nov. 10, number around 500 at the peak. Photo by Jonathan Wences/The Et Cetera
In the wake of a historically unpredicted election, protesters took to the streets of Dallas waving rainbow banners and hoisting signs reading “not my president” and “make racists afraid again.”
Around 500 people gathered in downtown Dallas tonight to protest the victory of President-elect Donald J. Trump.
The protest started with around 250 protestors at Dealey Plaza. The protesters marched around I–35 back to the plaza.
Aside from blocking streets, the protests were peaceful and didn’t result in any conflict with law enforcement or other citizens.
– and David Silva James Hartley
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Around 500 protesters gathered in Downtown Dallas Nov. 10. Photo by Jonathan Wences/The Et Cetera
While some protesters were animated and active, others were solemn and reserved. Photo Jonathan Wences/The Et Cetera
Two protesters walk side by side, one helping to hold a Mexican flag, with the protest march in Dallas on Friday, Nov. 10. Photo by Ahmad Ashor/The Et Cetera
The protesters marched from Dealey Plaza, around I–35 and back to the plaza, numbering around 500 at their peak. Photo by Jonathan Wences/The Et Cetera
The police presence at the protest was heavy, with some police in riot gear. Dallas has worked more to ensure police safety since the attack on July 7. Photo by Ahmad Ashor/The Et Cetera
Signs reading “make America racist again,” “not my president,” “rise against hate” and “black lives matter” populated the march. Photo by Ahmad Ashor/The Et Cetera
Cars honked and drivers yelled at protesters as they drove by, most of the time being received with cheers. Photo by Jonathan Wences/The Et Cetera
Multiple flags from other nations were present among protesters. Photo by Jonathan Wences/The Et Cetera
Protesters march through Dallas. Photo Jonathan Wences/The Et Cetera
Protesters gathered on Nov. 10 in Dallas for the second night since Donald J. Trump was elected president. Photo Ahmad Ashor/The Et Cetera