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Massive rally, march held on campus against hate, bigotry

November 10, 2016
Protesters yell at a student holding a sign that states "Make America Great Again" on Nov. 10, 2016 along West Circle Drive. Thousands of students gathered together to unite and support one another in a rally against hate, bigotry, racism and sexism.
Protesters yell at a student holding a sign that states "Make America Great Again" on Nov. 10, 2016 along West Circle Drive. Thousands of students gathered together to unite and support one another in a rally against hate, bigotry, racism and sexism. —
Photo by Nic Antaya | and Nic Antaya The State News

MSU College Democrats held a "Rally Against Hate, Bigotry, Racism and Sexism" that began on MSU's campus. The protest size grew exponentially and began to march down Grand River Avenue. Protesters split up, one group went to the Union, where only some went in before the building was locked down, and the other headed to the Capitol. 

Check below for how the protests happened.

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