From Nebraska to California, American students are protesting Donald Trump's Electoral College victory.
A wave of protests have erupted across the country. In particular, students are walking out of class and taking to the streets.
In Washington, D.C.:
WATCH LIVE: Hundreds of students stage school walk-out in Montgomery County in protest of Donald Trump https://t.co/TbMdqI8jOC pic.twitter.com/p7hIH0ufvA
— FOX 5 DC (@fox5dc) November 14, 2016
In Los Angeles:
Watch live: East L.A. high school students walk out of classes to protest election results https://t.co/cVSv6KDXDP pic.twitter.com/jnmOPWNt3S
— KTLA (@KTLA) November 14, 2016
In San Francisco:
Hundreds of high school students poured onto the streets of San Francisco today. @pdjegal reports. https://t.co/hTOtNya50w
— KRON4 News (@kron4news) November 11, 2016
In Omaha, Nebraska:
'Not my president': Students from Omaha high schools stage walkouts to protest Trump's election https://t.co/rcbuBGOPBU via @owhnews
— Erin Duffy (@eduff88) November 12, 2016
Additional walkouts have taken place in Phoenix, Seattle, Boulder, and Des Moines.
Everywhere in America, young people are speaking out. And although, as high school students, most of these protesters are too young to vote, they are old enough to vote in the next election.
And they most certainly will.