On Saturday, April 16, at least sixty demonstrators took part in the state’s first women-led protest against Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump. “Women against Trump” shirts were available for purchase at a Netherwood Train Station rally before marchers made their way down East Seventh Street.
Here are some photos.
Some of the attendees during the pre-march rally.
Board of Education President Wilma Campbell addresses the crowd.
In their yellow “love” shirts, members of the First Unitarian Society of Plainfield were on hand.
Sister Rolanda speaks with Wilma Campbell about a Family Day on May 21st.
Plainfield Police were present to block traffic for marchers.
The protesters turn onto East Seventh Street from Belvidere Avenue
On East Seventh Street, nearing Leland Avenue