UT Stand Against Hate Photography by Wyatt baggett

University of Tennessee students on Nov. 10, 2016, protest Donald Trump's election. The protest was started by the campus' Diversity Matters student coalition and attracted like minded students and faculty. Students held signs that read "stand against hate", "I will not stop speaking spanish", "disability rights", and "climate change is real" (and many others). The protest attracted a small number of Trump supporters who held up Trump and Confederate Battle flags. Other than one minor skirmish, the protest remained peaceful.

University of Tennessee students on Nov. 10, 2016, protest Donald Trump's election.
University of Tennessee student wears Donald Trump costume on Nov. 10, 2016.
English Translation via Google Translate: "the people united will never be defeated"
University of Tennessee student waves a Confederate Battle Flag at Donald Trump protesters on Nov. 10, 2016.
University of Tennessee students wave LGBT pride flags protesting the election of Donald Trump Nov. 10, 2016.
University of Tennessee student holds sign that reads "our Potus-Elect is undergoing a rape trial.." on Nov. 10. 2016.

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