Protesters have taken to streets across the country to express their displeasure with President-elect Donald Trump.
That includes some who gathered to speak out and march in Metro Detroit last night.
In Royal Oak, the group gathered outside Oakland Community College was fairly small, but they did draw lots of supportive honks.
Some shared their anger over Trump’s election—and their determination to resist his policies.
Others spoke about fear of harassment and physical attacks against Muslims, immigrants and other targets of Trump’s rhetoric.