True to their word so far, the Equality Coalition organized more post-election protests in Philadelphia over the weekend. The plan is to keep the daily demonstrations going through President-elect Donald Trump’s Jan. 20 inauguration.
Though the organization has said its protests are necessarily anti-Trump, the description of Sunday’s “I AM Muslim” demonstration took aim at the president-elect’s calls for a government registry to monitor and track Muslims. The group met at the Rizzo statue at 7 p.m. and marched up Broad Street.
Earlier in the day, The People United in Love organized a “peaceful, loving show of support for Civil Rights in America,” specifically saying violence, flag-burning and vandalism would not be tolerated. More than 2,000 people on Facebook planned to attend.
Below are 10 photos from Alexa Smith, a Philadelphia photographer who attended the protests.
Alexa Smith is a Philadelphia-based writer, actor, and photographer. She serves as Communications Manager for APIARY Magazine, and her own writing has appeared on Entropy Magazine. You can follow her on Instragram @lexamatic.