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Americans protest against Trump in San Miguel de Allende

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SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE, GTO. (El Universal) – On Sunday February 12, around noon, the “Vibra México” march took place in San Miguel de Allende, where more than 500 demonstrators (90% of them were American) protested against U.S. President Donald Trump policies, which they called racist and discriminatory. They also expressed their disagreement towards the project of building a border wall between both nations.

American demonsrators sang their National Anthem, while nationals sang the hymn of our country, waving the Mexican flag.

During the march, participants united their voices for the dignity of this country and the respect for the rights of all people regardless of their nationality, immigration status, race or religion.

Thousands of Americans protest against Trump's policy (Google)

Hundreds of Americans protest against Trump’s policy (Google)

The mobilization started around 12:00 p.m., near “​​El Cardo” area, from where they started marching towards, “El Jardín”, the main square in downtown SMA.

They merged their voices by more than an hour in front of the San Miguel Archangel temple, chanting the following slogans: “Viva Mexico !, Viva Mexico !, Mexico!”, “No more walls”, and carried signs expressing their outrage, with phrases written in English and Spanish, such as: “Say No to Fascism,” “Standing together, our light shines.”

The protesters also showed an image of a “wastebasket” with the caption “Trump trash” and another drawing of a bridge with a “yes” and the image of a wall with a tack.

It should be noted that according to data from SMA municipal administration, published by “El Universal” Mexican newspaper, 12,000 foreigners live in this city.

Several members of the San Miguel de Allende expat community publicly thanked the Mexican people in that city, for their hospitality.

Source: http://www.eldiariodecoahuila.com.mx/

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