The Women's March was the largest single-day protest in American history, millions turning out in over six hundred cities across the world. They took place on January 21, 2017, just one day after Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States.
The Trump Protests: San Francisco
In San Francisco on November 9th, over ten thousand protesters gathered in the Financial District and marched over five miles, through the Castro, Mission, and Civil Center to protest the election of Donald J. Trump.
The Trump Protests: Oakland
In Oakland, protests against the election of Donald Trump had been unfolding for days. The anti-Trump protests resulted in broken windows, vandalized businesses, fires set to the Federal Building and twice, protesters were teargassed by OPD.
The Trump Protests: Berkeley
On March 4th, 2017, a pro-free speech group decided to hold a March for Trump. Again, on April 15th, the same group returned to Berkeley to hold another event called Patriots Day. In response, protesters and anarchy groups showed up to Berkeley, CA. Things took a violent turn before the event even started, reflecting a similar incident in Berkeley the previous month when Milo Yiannopoulos was set to speak on UC Berkeley's campus.
The Trump Protests: Washington D.C.
Protests erupted hours after the inauguration of President Donald Trump in Washington D.C. on January 20, 2017. Over two hundred were arrested alone on this day between the intersection of 13th and K.
Gentrification of the Mission
Gentrification of the Mission is a series created to shed light on the battleground that has become the Mission district of San Francisco, California. These photos document the war going on between the technology workers and the local Hispanic families that have lived and worked there for generations.
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Travel Ban Protests
Thousands of people show up at San Francisco International Airport following the executive order that puts a travel ban on certain countries. Several people were detained at the airport following this executive order, prompting nationwide outrage.