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In Seattle, 5,000 students from 20 middle and high schools walked out and held rallies outside their buildings, according to the district, or joined a larger gathering of more than 1,000 students at Cal Anderson Park on Capitol Hill. Now 700 800 high school by Cal Anderson Park to protest Trump. "We want justice. They said they also wanted to show solidarity with communities that may feel targeted by the Trump campaign, such as immigrants, refugees and Muslims. "We hope to send a message that Seattle students won't be passive in the face of xenophobia, racism, sexism or bigotry that Trump represents," said Franklin High senior Quinn Angelou Lysaker, 17. They were cheered on by students at Jane oakley lenses view Addams Middle School across the street. For many, the election results felt personal. "As a female and a Jew and a Mexican, I feel that Trump is putting me and my friends and family and others I care about in danger, and that is not OK," junior Vera Cohen, 16, said. Senior Javiera Barria Opitz, who voted for Hillary Clinton, said she's opposed to Trump in part because she has high functioning autism, and Trump once mocked a news reporter's disability. Her parents are immigrants, and though they are documented, Trump's immigration and deportation policies still scare oakley lenses vr28 her, she said. "The millennials are going to be left with the mess Trump creates," said Barria Opitz, 18. "Our voices need to be heard." At Cal Anderson Park, Karen Chak, 21, who's studying dental hygiene at Seattle Central College, was asked if she thought Trump would be affected by such demonstrations. "He probably doesn't care," she said. "But we can send a message. A community is organizing together. He will care." Chak is of first generation Vietnamese Cambodian Chinese heritage. But among her fellow students, Chak said, "I can feel it in the air. Everyone is stressed. Girls were crying in class." A loudspeaker was passed around at the demonstration, which started with about 75 mostly high school students and then grew to roughly 800 to 1,000 as others arrived. "The system was created to oppress people of color," a woman said, using the loudspeaker. Students from Tukwila's Foster High School walked out of school and delivered a list of demands to Tukwila City Hall related to families feeling safe and welcome in the city. On Vashon Island, students wrote letters to Trump about what they expect from his administration and to Sen. Bernie Sanders expressing their support for his actions during the election campaign. Seattle students were joined by private school students, as well as parents and activist groups. "By protesting, especially if it's peaceful, we can really have an impact to say that we are here and we care," said Emma Reid, 15, a freshman at the Northwest School. Two men, neither of them students, were arrested at the demonstration, the Seattle Police Department said. Since Trump was elected last week, districts have grappled with how to address the concerns of some of their student communities. Both Seattle Superintendent Larry Nyland and Highline Superintendent Susan Enfield wrote letters to families last week about how the election had affected school climates. "While taunts and name calling were astonishingly accepted on the campaign trail, we have not tolerated such behavior in our schools, and we will not ever," Enfield wrote. "Although the election itself is behind us, we are now at the beginning of a long journey toward healing and uniting as a people. That healing process must start in each one of us."

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