More than a year after President Donald Trump took office, New Yorkers who oppose the president's policies and rhetoric aren't showing any signs of slowing down their resistance.
Demonstrations against the Trump administration since his election have come in all shapes and sizes: protests, rallies and marches, sit-ins, die-ins and banners unfurled in the Trump Tower lobby.
Although Trump Tower has been a favorite of protesters, demonstrations have taken place across the city, including at Trump International Hotel and Tower, Stonewall National Monument, Battery Park, Tompkins Square Park, Washington Square Park, Times Square and outside Kennedy Airport, where some travelers were detained when Trump's original travel ban went into effect in January 2017.
Protests were also held during the three times Trump has returned to the city since taking office. In September, three congressional Democrats and then-City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito were arrested during a DACA rally outside Trump Tower.
Here’s a look at other demonstrations and protests planned in the city — and what their organizers say on social media.
When: Thursday, Feb, 22, 5:30 p.m.
Where: Trump International Hotel & Tower, One Central Park West, Manhattan
"In support of the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Rise and Resist, Gays Against Guns, and Sing Out, Louise will demonstrate in front of Trump International on Thursday, February 22nd at 5:30 to pressure Trump and all relevant lawmakers to end their subordinate dependency on NRA money and enact sensible gun control laws ... We call out Trump and any elected official that risks all our lives in exchange for NRA campaign money. This is just the beginning. We will not let up. We — students, parents, families of victims, people from NYC and in every city and town across the country will force lawmakers to do something. Or get out."
When: Sunday, Feb. 25, at 10:30 a.m.
Where: Trump International Hotel and Tower, One Central Park West, Manhattan
"A public reading in front of Trump International Hotel and Columbus Circle. We encourage any and all to join us and stand in solidarity for all those victim of domestic and sexual violence, and women around the world while we read Eve Ensler's powerful words of a woman's relationship with her body, herself and the world. Parts of the piece we will passed out to be read as a group.
Take back what is yours. Unlock your voice and your wild song."
When: Thursday, March 22, 6:30 p.m.
Where: The New York Society for Ethical Culture, 2 W. 64th St., Manhattan
"On March 22nd, we will kick off the Rise Up NOW series with 'The Trump Effect? Women Lead the Resistance to Defend Civil Rights and Democracy,' an empowering conversation about the state of women and civil rights in our nation today. We will discuss some sobering setbacks and policy changes which are being quickly and quietly enacted under the Trump administration with little media attention — from lifting bans on toxic pesticides to stacking the federal appeals courts with record numbers of white, male, anti-choice judges ... This event promises to be an interactive, thought-provoking discussion with civil rights leaders, advocates, and experts with tips and tools on how to proactively defend our rights and our democracy — before it’s too late."
When: Sunday, April 22, at noon
Where: United Nations Headquarters, Manhattan
"Donald Trump is the president of the United States, but he refuses to lead. His decision to pull out of the Paris climate agreement undermines the commitment by nearly 200 countries to work together in order to save our planet and those who inhabit it. More so than ever before, it is incumbent upon all of us to answer the global call to action by creating and sustaining positive impact in our own communities. Join us as we stand united with the rest of the world and March For Our Future in NYC and in cities across the globe. We will not only celebrate the impact we've made in response to President Trump's withdrawal, but collectively build a movement that accelerates the impact spearheaded by environmental leaders and organizations on the front lines of this existential threat."
When: Sunday, April 22, at 1 p.m.
Where: American Museum of Natural History, 200 Central Park West, Manhattan
"Join Revolting Lesbians on Earth Day to tell the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) that the Earth is not for sale. Rebekah Mercer has bought her way into the White House — and onto the Board of Trustees of the AMNH. At the same time, she gives millions to organizations promoting climate change denial ($42.6m from 2009-2015). One of these organizations, the Heartland Institute, claims responsibility for convincing Trump that climate change isn't real.
"Mercer money is destroying our democracy and our planet. Nobody voted for her and she has no place on the board of a science museum. We will continue to revolt against Rebekah Mercer's position on the board until she is removed or resigns."