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WATCH: Anti-Trump Protestors Are Gathered On Ha'penny Bridge Right Now

By Alana Laverty

January 20, 2017 at 11:07am


To mark the inauguration of Donal Trump groups of activists have gathered on Ha'penny Bridge to protest against the soon-to-be new President of the United States. 

The event, organised by equality activists and anti-racism groups, kicked off at 10am on the famous bridge and a banner was lowered that reads "Bridges Not Walls" – a movement that has kicked off worldwide in the last 24hours. 

The aim? To send a simple, hopeful and unmistakable message.

"We will build bridges, not walls, to a peaceful and just world rid of oppression and hatred."

Take a look: 

However, this #BridgesNotWalls movement is not just happening in Dublin. 

People have gathered on bridges and in cities all over the world to protest by dropping banners... 

Westminster Bridge, London 

Paris, France 

Millennium Bridge, London 

North Bridge, Edinburgh, Scotland 

Waterloo Bridge, London 

Vauxhall Bridge, London 

Madrid, Spain 

Blackfriars Bridge, London

Glasgow, Scotland 

Auckland, New Zealand 

San Francisco, California 

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