Anti-Trump sentiments have been expressed outside our borders. Ramon Dompor
We sent photographer Ramon Dompor to cover the scene in Westlake Park Wednesday afternoon as protesters gathered to speak out against the election of Donald Trump with cries of "Not my president" and "Misogyny has got to go." The crowd eventually moved through downtown, blocking traffic as it climbed up to Capitol Hill and continued marching for several miles, past the University of Washington. The peaceful protest was one of several marches that took place in cities around the country Wednesday as liberal America began to grapple with the implications of a Trump presidency.
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A group of at least a thousand people gathered in downtown Seattle's Westlake Park on Wednesday evening to protest Donald Trump. Ramon Dompor
Logan Swan makes signs for the anti-Trump rally. Ramon Dompor
Many people have compared president-elect Donald Trump to Hitler. Ramon Dompor
Women's safety and access to healthcare is at risk under the Trump administration. Ramon Dompor
Protesters chant at the Westlake Park rally. Ramon Dompor
The Stranger's Ansel Herz called the protest "the most intersectional march I have seen in Seattle." Ramon Dompor
Angel Dunne waves an inverted American flag during the march around downtown Seattle. Ramon Dompor
The protest pushed through downtown Seattle and grew in size as it moved through the city. Ramon Dompor
Marching together. RAMON DOMPOR
Protestors marched onto the UW campus and gathered on the steps of the Suzzalo Library RAMON DOMPOR
A line of police blocked protestors from marching onto I-5. RAMON DOMPOR
The march made its way to Seattle Center and gathered under the Space Needle. RAMON DOMPOR