'All are welcome here' march, protest photos by elizabeth campbell

Students, faculty and staff march along University Drive.
Students, faculty and staff march along University Drive.
Asim Hassan marches along University Drive. He would later speak at the rally about his experiences as a Muslim student at TCU and his love of America.
TCU Assistant Professor of Dance Suki John marches. She would later speak at the rally about being the daughter of a refugee: "America is a land of immigrants and we will not turn our backs."
Protestors march along University Drive.
Assistant History Professor Hanan Hammad, who organized the rally, talks about the importance of spreading the love.
A protester listens to speeches being given on the steps of Sadler Hall.
Some members of the crowd were not there as supporters, but as curious observers.
TCU student Mason Wagner tells the crowd, "God loves you and so do we. You are welcome here no matter what."
Tony Chatman representing Brite Divinity School and the Black Seminarians to stand in solidarity with those effected by President Donald Trump's executive order.
Hundreds stayed outside for over an hour in the 45 degree weather to hear the speakers.
Reverend Nathan Russell from Brite Divinity School stood up showing his sign, which said “peace be unto you” in Arabic. He told the crowd, "Jesus said 'blessed are those who are parched for justice.' Beloved of God, are you parched for justice?"
Two TCU Muslim students talk about their experiences and thank those in attendance for their support.
One of the speakers at the event offers her sign to anyone in the crowd who is willing to display it in front of their house.
A TCU student who came to America four years ago as a refugee talks about how recent events have made him feel more unwelcome in America than ever before.
Counter protestors drive by the protest shouting "Build the wall!" and "Six feet higher!"
Some members of the Young Republican club on campus attended the rally. They quietly stood in the back and declined an invitation to speak.
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