Protests continued Monday across the country as students in several states staged walkouts to express discontent over the election of Donald Trump.
In Montgomery County, Maryland, students organized a walkout around 10 a.m.; WUSA 9 reports at least 500 students are participating in the protest.
Students from Blair HS & possibly other nearby high schools leaving school en masse & walking EB University Blvd. MCP officers on scene.— Montgomery County Department of Police (@Montgomery County Department of Police) 1479141110.0
In Los Angeles, high school students from Garfield High School walked off campus around 9 a.m. to head to a planned rally in downtown L.A. CBS news reports about 74 percent of the Los Angeles Unified School District’s student body is Latino. [livestream https://livestream.com/accounts/1506344/events/6639916/player?width=640&height=360&enableInfoAndActivity=true&defaultDrawer=&autoPlay=true&mute=false expand=1] Students at Towson University in Towson, MD also staged a walkout in a protest organized by the Social Justice Collective. Today marks the sixth consecutive day of protests since Trump won the electoral college but failed to secure the popular vote.
Students at Towson University, Mayland, have just walked out in protest of President-elect Donald Trumppic.twitter.com/PvxNCzcJQj — Breaking911 (@Breaking911) November 14, 2016