“And we are quite good for this country”. In Seattle, a march from the city’s central district to downtown was scheduled for the afternoon, and city officials have approved a permit for the event.
Social justice advocates in Durham, New Hampshire, said they would make the rejection of racism, xenophobia and anti-Muslim sentiment the themes of their annual rally.
Many participants Sunday carried signs and flags as they made their way through the city under sunny skies.
Steve Wilske, Seattle Police assistant chief, called the afternoon march “very successful”.