… and UK complicity.
700 and more protesters meeting after only 24 hours notice.
16 Nottingham Labour City Councillors attended.
Photos available via Facebook.
“Solidarity to all of you here tonight and all of those protesting around the world, who are standing against this abuse of the office of the executive by Donald Trump.
“The world stands in a perilous place.
“Disunity, fear and misunderstanding runs rampant, but by being here I think each and everyone of you is taking a stand to say not only is this not the world we believe in, but we can all be better, we can by taking these first steps transform the world into a better place for all of us.
“I’m not surprised to see this attitude and belief in liberty, equality and a better world being reflected here in Nottingham. A city of refuge, of diversity, of people working together to make their communities a better place.
“If Theresa May doesn’t do the right thing and postpone a state visit of this president I hope they will bring him to places like Nottingham, like Leicester, like Bradford, Manchester and Liverpool so he can see what happens when communities, cultures and people come together and refuse to be ruled by hatred and fear.
“Nottingham, the journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, and tonight this city has taken that step to resist this new brand of hatred and fear.”
– Nathan Oswin, Bridge ward resident, one of the speakers.