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[Video] Penn Staters Against President-Elect Donald Trump Speak Out

A week after election and President-elect Donald Trump’s victory, members of the community came together in a walk-out protesting the election’s outcome in front of Old Main. Despite visible Trump supporters in the audience wearing “Make America Great Again” hats, the protest remained civil on both sides.

Protesters sang songs, read poetry, and continued onto the HUB-Robeson Center. They chanted “Not My President,” “Black Lives Matter,” and “Donald Trump Go Away, Racist, Sexist, Anti-Gay.”


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Patrick Cines

Patrick is a Marketing major from Princeton, NJ. He has sadly graduated and left Happy Valley, but if you're reading this know that he enjoyed writing about politics during his time with Onward State. If you have any questions about what he's written or you see a photo that you want to use feel free to email [email protected] if you don't want to get a response. If you're looking to get a response, then shoot him a message and a follow on Twitter at @patrickcines.


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