From immigration to climate change, transgender rights to women’s rights, here’s how protests against Trump have unfolded and who’s involved
A woman cheers on International Women’s Day in New York City.
Donald Trump’s approach to the presidency has meant people and legislation have been threatened in a variety of ways.
But on issues from immigration to climate to transgender rights, activists and organizations have been there to rally against Trump.
Here’s a summary of how some of those protests have unfolded, and of the groups and people involved.
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Trump signed an executive order suspending immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries on 27 January. Within a week, dozens of lawsuits had been filed against the order, and it had been suspended. Trump issued a new executive order on 6 March. The state of Hawaii launched a legal challenge to the ban on 8 March, which will be heard in court on 15 March.
Source By https://www.theguardian.com