Did you miss the march?
Here are some of the signs protestors held to show support to the people who were detained on their way home.
People of all ages, religions, ethnicities, and genders gathered at LAX to stand against President Trump’s Ban. According to The New York Times, the refugee/ immigration/ travel ban’s focus is to keep people from the seven nations out of America for 90-120 days.
I captured these moments to document how other people felt about Trump’s executive order.
Imagine if you were in another country on vacation or visiting family.
You had just gotten off your flight and security decides to hold you in a room, and asks you questions for hours.
Your family is waiting.
You are extremely tired, now confused. Thinking what is going to happen will I ever see my family?
Finally, they let you go and you see your family.
When you walk outside people are chanting and clapping because the joy of you, being reunited with your family.
No one should have to go through that.
You could hear demonstrators chanting: “No Ban No Wall Equal Rights For All” from the parking lot.
Marches and protests are great, whenever you are upset about something most likely there is someone else who is upset about the same thing. Passion goes along way.
I am thankful to the many people who brought the protesters together to stand up for what they believe in.
If you missed this one always know that there will be a anotherone and try not to miss it.
Hope you enjoyed the pictures.