Over 5,000 advocates of science assembled in Copley Square, carrying politically charged sings while chanting “science not silence” at the Rally to Stand up for Science.
Three of the students received probation, and one received an administrative hearing.
“Donald Trump is creating his own worst nightmare.”
Post-election protests erupted throughout Boston as citizens filled the streets rallying against the controversial executive order announcement by President Donald Trump.
Some people hate dress codes, others love the guidance they provide. Regardless of where you fall, there are some situations where they come in handy—situations like a protest.
At 6 p.m. on Friday, 4,000 people filled Boston with passionate chants and handmade signs while attending the Socialist Alternative’s Resist Trump: Occupy Inauguration Rally.
At 2 p.m. on Monday, Boston Common filled with middle school, high school, and college students, all of whom walked out of their classes to protest the election of Donald Trump, and unite for the future.
On Wednesday night, several thousand marched in downtown Boston to protest Donald Trump’s presidential election. This is what it was like.
Following the results of the 2016 presidential election, over 4,000 Bostonians gathered in front of the State House to peacefully protest Trump’s victory Wednesday evening.
On Monday morning, the Undergraduate Government of Boston College released a statement addressing the BC community in the aftermath of violent events.