I participated in and photographed the Trump protest tonight in Manhattan. It was unavoidable and I felt the need to document the reactions of the New York populace the same way I did when Obama won the Presidency back in 2008.
As you can imagine, many New Yorkers (but not all!) were upset that the rest of the country decided to vote in this racist bigot into the highest office in the country. I am one of those people. I had to see where this was going tonight and of course, my walk with this crowd ended at the foot of Trump tower just South of Central Park. The crowd was rowdy and very big -- one of the biggest I've ever seen gathered in NYC. It easily shut down all of Midtown for a few hours (and as of this post it is still going on).
I don't really have any more words for how I'm feeling so I'm just going to let these photos do the talking for me. Look at that crowd. We may not be able to change the results, but it's at least somewhat comforting to know that we're worked up about the outcome and want to change it.