USA: 'Not my president!' Boston protesters march against Trump

Around 4,000 people marched through central Boston, Wednesday, to protest against US President-elect Donald Trump. Demonstrators rallied against "racism, sexism, and Islamophobia," according to a statement written on social media.
Gathering first at Boston Common, protesters chanted "not my president" and listened to speeches before marching to the State House holding banners with slogans such as "Love Trumps hate." Activists also drew attention to the Dakota Access Pipeline, carrying placards reading "Stand with Standing Rock."
After Trump's win was announced early on Wednesday, there have been multiple large demonstrations against the president-elect in several large US cities, including in Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington DC and Seattle.
Trump declared victory in the early hours of Wednesday morning, after his Democrat rival Hillary Clinton called him to concede defeat following a bitterly fought election battle. Trump beat Clinton in a surprise landslide victory, garnering 278 of the Electoral College votes, while the Democratic candidate received 218.