The first ever protest I photographed. An anti-Trump protest passed by and joined up with with the NoDAPL protest which is why there are some anti-Trump protesters in this collection. November 12, 2016.
Note: I know that the Native Americans in this fight prefer to be called water protectors, but I do not know if that term is Native-specific only, or if it can be applied to non-Natives as well. Until I get that answer, if a person in a photo is non-Native, they will be referred to as protesters.
A protester, despite her disability, shows up in solidarity.
A representative from Black Lives Matter Chicago.
A Native water protector singing a song alongside other Native water protectors. I like to call this one "Generations".
One of the protesters from the Anti-Trump march that joined up with the NoDAPL rally.
Another protester from the Anti-Trump march that joined up with the NoDAPL rally.
A Native water protector blowing incense at the Snake Dance participants as they pass by.
Native water protectors singing and playing instruments on State Street on the way to Trump Tower.
Police on standby.
She posed right as I pointed the camera at her.
A protester with a paper mache Trump.
Aforementioned paper mache Trump in front of his own building.