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Comcast Walk Out and LGBTQ Anti Discrimination Protest

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Comcast Walk Out and LGBTQ Anti Discrimination Protest

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February 2, 2017 was a busy day for protests in Philadelphia. At 2pm more than 1000 Comcast employees walked off the job for an hour. They marched to City Hall to protest the Immigration Ban imposed by Donald Trump’s executive order.

That evening at 6pm a protest against LGBTQ and general discrimination took place outside of the Fox 29 studios at 4th and Market. The protesters then marched down Market to City Hall where they held a rally.

Here are a selection of pictures I took at both protests (All images are CC BY-SA). As with most of these photos, they first appeared on RagingChickenPress.org. These still have watermarks on them. If you want one without the watermark just ask.

 

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By Seth

Seth Goldstein is a Digital Marketer, Technologist, Agency Owner, and Father.

He is based out of Doylestown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

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