Nov 11, 2016 9:44 PM

A protest against the election of Donald Trump for president held in Concord

CONCORD — Trump winning the election has spawned numerous protests one of which took place in Concord.

Friday night at 7 p.m. a peaceful protest took place at the City Plaza, in front of the State House.

Sophia Baer, the event organizer, said "I think that the protesting is important because it is getting attention. It is…we are being heard."

The protest brought about 100 people who chanted "Not my president."

They held signs supporting minorities.

A number of protests have been taking place across the nation after Donald Trump was elected the next president of the United States.

Protests focus on Trump's controversial policies and statements as well as his winning by electoral but not popular vote.

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