Video: Activists explain why they'll keep marching against Trump

Thousands of activists from several organizations marched the streets of Minneapolis on Friday.
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Between 2 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Friday, activists marched down the streets of of Minneapolis to protest newly-inaugurated President Donald Trump.

In the crowd of about 2,000, there were many different reasons why people are choosing to resist Trump: climate change, offensive things he's said, immigration, healthcare, LGBTQ rights, etc.

Several protesters told GoMN they plan to keep attending protests until either the president listens or until his term is up.

The Minneapolis Police Department said they made no arrests during Friday’s marches in Minneapolis.

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