Every day in the week since Donald Trump pulled off a stunning presidential election victory, protests have broken out across the country with demonstrators chanting, "Not my president" and "Love trumps hate".
Protests have occurred in many American cities since the election, with Portland, New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Chicago all seeing some of he largest protests.
Monday's protests happened in Los Angeles, Denver, Portland, Ore., and Silver Spring, Md., among others.
"There is definitely stuff coming together and being planned that looks like the messy process of everyone and their mother throwing up something on their Facebook page", Henn said. Trump secured enough votes in the 538-member Electoral College to win the presidency despite trailing Clinton in the popular vote. Following the incendiary remarks of Trump on "60 Minutes" Sunday night pledging to deport 2 million or 3 million immigrants, young protesters have redoubled their opposition.
"If Hillary had won and if my people went out and protested, everybody would say, 'Oh, that's a awful thing.' And it would have been a much different attitude".
In Seattle, about 5,000 students from 20 middle and high schools participated in a walkout, Luke Duecy with Seattle Public Schools told CNN affiliate KOMO.
Trump himself tried to downplay the protests first, saying the protesters were "incited" by the media and were afraid "because they don't know me".
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Exasperated ITV Good Morning Britain host Susanna Reid told him Mexicans, Muslims and women had been offended by Trump's campaign. The spokeswoman then said pointedly: "The president-elect talked about enjoying the same relationship Reagan and Thatcher did".
High school senior Rose Taylor, who is bisexual, says she worries about what Trump's election will mean for the LGBT community and others.
It does not appear these protests will end any time soon, and Trump won't actually even take office for another two months.
Following Trump's victory there have been massive high school and university student walkouts in cities across the country, including in Portland, Oakland, Philadelphia, Boston and NY.
The statement goes on to tell parents they can reverse the absence if they simply write a note to the school approving of their child's actions.
Charlie Funk, 15, was one of several hundred students who poured out of the school doors at Roosevelt High School at 1:30 p.m.
They want schools and communities to be protected from people who they say are being targeted by supporters of Trump. "I'm anxious about people who are attacking other people". "My family wants me to come home for my own safety, but no, I'm f--ing staying here". "My mom, my dad they crossed borders for me to be here". Join us in a conversation about world events, the newsgathering process or whatever aspect of the news universe you find interesting or important.
"We need our white allies, our white comrades, to scream louder", a Muslim speaker said. "However, it is critical that students not allow their sentiments to derail their education or for their actions to place them in danger". She and her classmates skipped school to attend.