Around 200 protesters gathered in front of May Day Books on Cedar Avenue in Minneapolis on Saturday, September 17 to march and protest against Donald Trump and Islamophobia.
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The protest, which lasted roughly two hours, was part of a national call to action issued by Stand Together Against Racism and Islamophobia. The Anti-War Committee and Minnesotans Against Islamophobia co-sponsored the event.
Protesters marched through the Cedar Riverside neighborhood, which is predominantly an immigrant community where many Muslims reside, to their final destination outside the Minnesota GOP office.
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