Richmond Grabs Back Anti-Trump Protest 

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Late Saturday, several hundred people protested the election of Donald J. Trump. Protestors marched through the streets of Richmond from VCU through Carytown, closing streets to traffic while championing the rights of women, minorities and the LGBT community.
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Brianna Scott, 19, a VCU student raises a fist during the opening remarks of the Richmond Grabs Back protest at the James Cabell Library on VCU's campus.
Several hundred people attended the Anti-Trump protest.
Brianna Scott, 19, a VCU student listens to the opening remarks of the protest.
Protesters march on West Main street in the Fan District.
Protestors shut down traffic in Carytown for about 20 minutes while they made their way down Cary Street, through the heart of the shopping district.
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Patrons of the Home Team Grill on West Main street watch the protesters march by on Saturday evening.
Women's rights, minority rights and rights of the LGBT community were a central theme to the protest.
Protestors on West Main Street.
Richmond was one of several cities nation wide that held protests in response to the outcome of Tuesday's election.
Chants during the rally included, "Racist, sexist, anti-gay, Donald Trump must go away."
Jafar C. leads the protest on Main Street.
Several signs in the crowd included the hashtag #notmypresident.
Protestors before the march began, listening to opening remarks.
Unlike some other anti-Trump protests in the U.S., the Richmond Grabs Back rally remained peaceful.
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Brianna Scott, 19, a VCU student raises a fist during the opening remarks of the Richmond Grabs Back protest at the James Cabell Library on VCU's campus.

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