A message to Trump: No Ban, No Wall

A message to Trump: No Ban, No Wall

Protesters rally at Peace Arch Park over Trump administration's Muslim Ban and xenophobic rhetoric.



About 150 people came to Peace Arch Park Sunday to show their displeasure with Donald Trump.

The No Ban, No Wall Vancouver rally, rescheduled from a week earlier because of the snow storm, brought multicultural messages of inclusion.

Protestors’ signs included: “Muslim Rights Are Human Rights,” “Jesus Was A Refugee” and “No One Is Free When Others Are Oppressed.”

Their primary focus was the U.S. president’s anti-Muslim rhetoric and his Muslim ban – a court-suppressed executive order to block refugees and immigrants from seven predominantly Muslim countries.

At left: South Surrey resident Sharon Clayton.

 

 

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