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President Donald Trump has been in office six days and demonstratorshaven't lost any steam after Trump signed an executive order to cut funding to sanctuary cities.
Thousandsgathered at Washington Square Park on Wednesday evening to stand up for Muslim rights, speak out against the wall, support LGBTQ rights and protest the Dakota Access Pipeline.
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Student and civil rights organizations gave speeches and the crowd chanted "say it loud, say it here, immigrants are welcome here." Chants continued as the crowd blasted the Trump administration as being "too male, too pale and too stale."
Around 8:15 p.m., the crowd filling the park spilled onto the street, but NYPD quickly diverted the gathering to the sidewalks.
Fifteen minutes later, the massive crowd arrived at Union Square and continued the march north.
Lenyon Whitaker and Reuters contributed to this report.