Young People Protest Trump’s Immigration Order

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Photos and video by Karen Savage

Safiyyah Malik, 8 and her sister, Sumaiyya Malik, 10, march in Manhattan on Sunday, January 29, 2017 to protest Trump’s executive order on immigration and to demand the immediate release of all travelers detained as a result of the order.

Carley Moore, author and clinical professor of liberal studies at NYU, is not surprised that young people are taking the lead.

“There’s a lot of trauma right now in the classroom,” said Moore, who teaches a course on youth activism. “But students have always been activists and they will always be activists . . .

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