The marchers in Boston included people like Imani Williams, a 27-year-old African American woman, who defended a Trump supporter trying to move through a crowd of angry anti-racism protestors to make sure he was safe, because “we’re all part of the same country.”

One man brought a “Nazis suck” sheetcake to the Boston demonstration:

Others perfected the creative chant “If you’re a Nazi and you’re fired, it’s your fault!” to the tune of the well-known nursery rhyme:

Atlanta’s protest against hate, which ended at Martin Luther King’s tomb, featured dancing and singing.

The Boston police department’s even-handed policing of the huge demonstration there, which resulted in 33 arrests, culminated in police commissioner William Evans commenting, in an impressive Boston accent, that “99.9% of the people were here for the right reasons—to fight bigotry and hate.”

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