The students also voiced their opinions on issues such as discrimination, white supremacy and immigration.
Similar rallies have been taking place across the nation since Donald Trump’s victory was announced on Nov. 8.
Since Donald Trump’s election Tuesday, demonstrations and protests have been sustained throughout Los Angeles. Thousands, including USC students, have marched to City Hall, filled the lawn of MacArthur Park and even poured into streets and freeways. Throughout the city, the cries are familiar —”Not my president!” resounds from Trousdale Parkway to Main Street. Social media […]
Children as young as 10-years-old came out against the president-elect.
Several hundred middle and high schoolers from the 32nd Street School gathered on campus Thursday afternoon to protest Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election. They were joined by USC students and faculty as they marched down Trousdale, eventually gathering near Tommy Trojan and chanting “Not our president” and “Si, se puede,” or“yes, we can” […]