Northern and Central New Yorkers Protest the Travel Ban
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- More than 1,000 people packed into Terminal A at Syracuse's Hancock International Airport with signs and loud voices, chanting for more than two hours Sunday to say they opposed President Trump's immigration and refugee executive order.
"Refugees are welcome here," they chanted. "No hate. No fear."
As the chants continued, they yelled, "Say it loud. Say it clear. Immigrants are welcome here.http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.ssf/2017/01/over_1000_protesters_rally_at_syracuses_hancock_airport_against_trumps_travel_ba.html
Protesters also gathered in Canton, NY:
" is a PHD student at University. On Saturday, she says her father from Iran was flying to see her for the first time in four years, but only made it as far as JFK Airport in New York City.
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