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Re: “Protesters Join Hands Around Lake Merritt in Oakland to Protest Trump, Hate Crimes

The protest today allowed me to let my heart start to heal. It gave me hope seeing so many of my fellow countryman pulling together for the same reasons. We are very frightened of what's coming from a president that did everything he could to provoke hate. Dones it change anything? Probably not. But the message it sends is very clear. AND the healing it has allowed us to start is greatly needed. My heart broken for Hillary, for all women in this country, for every immigrant except Melania, for everyone that's not white, for everyone who has a religion not accepted in Trump land and for all the lgbtq community and for myself and my family.

Posted by big moma on 11/14/2016 at 3:08 AM

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