Music sung by a choir, a couple Bibles, some fancy words. It happens every four years, but this year it’s about President Donald Trump, whose campaign has sparked a massive protest movement following a narrow and divisive election. With too many protests to cover, Real Change sent several reporters across Seattle to hear how people were responding to this new and challenging time.
Friday, 10 a.m., University of Washington
An hour after Trump put his hand on a pair of Bibles and took the oath of office, the resistance was already underway.