You\'re Orange, You\'re Gross, You Lost the Popular Vote

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You're Orange, You're Gross, You Lost the Popular Vote

by Irina Groushevaia | Photoblogs | Feb 27, 2017

In lieu of the current election, on President’s Day the people of New York organized a rally to voice their concerns about the president-elect, Donald Trump.

“He isn’t looking out for the groups that need it the most. They will continue to be oppressed,” said Iris, a 16-year-old at the rally. “People should be aware of these issues and fight to move forward with these issues, not backward.”

“We should all be equal, but he’s trying to take that away from us,” Stella, 15.

“I’m here to protest Trump. I don’t stand with what he’s doing with our country,” Michael, 18.

“Trump is not healthy for women, and Muslims, and other living things,” Paige, 57.

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