Tens of thousands of people stood up for equality during the Women's March on Washington on January 21 (the day after Trump's inauguration).
A series of pro-Trump rallies were also google and organized across the country.
People took to the streets on all around the world on May Day (May 1) to stand up against President Donald Trump's anti-imigration platform.
People protested Trump's first travel ban in over 80 US airports. Trump's second band was blocked.
A series of anti-Trump rallies were also googled throughout the year.
After Colin Kaepernick took a knee during the national anthem, many NFL players followed protesting against police brutality and promoting racial equality.
The Charlottesville protests- Heather Heyer was killed when a white nationalists drove a car into a crowd of counter-protestors. Protests broke out around the country showing solidarity with Charlottesville.
Several protests occured at the University of California, Berkeley. They began when Milo Yiannopoulos was to speak on campus. Many pro and anti-Trump counter-protests occured after.
Highlighting racial injustices, the March for Black Women and the March for Racial Justice took place on September 30, in Washington, DC.
On August 19, thousands of counter-protesters attended the Boston Free Speech rally.
People protested in St. Louis from September through November when a white police officer was acquitted after shooting Anthony Lamar Smith. More than 100 people were arrested.
All over the country people participated in the Equality March for Unity and Pride Parade on June 11.
Thousands across the country rallied in response to President Trump's decision to revoke the Obama-era DACA policy, a policy protecting undocumented immigrants.
Opposition activists participated in ongoing protests against the Venezuelan goverenment and President Niolas Maduro.