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Wayne State students protest president-elect Trump

Only a day after the results of Election Day, Americans across the country took the streets in protest against President-elect Donald Trump. Some of those including students and faculty of Wayne State University. The march began in Gullen Mall outside of the Student Center and continued through Woodward Ave., to Campus Martius. BAMN organized the rally and march on Nov. 9 and 10 to "shut down Trump's racist vision for America," according to event fliers. 

Video by Mike Tokarz.

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