The protest that converged on Los Angeles International Airport on Sunday to condemn President Trump’s travel restrictions, ceased to let up until late that night. The thousands of demonstrators shut down traffic in front of the Tom Bradley International Terminal and faced off with police in riot gear, chanting, “No hate, no fear, refugees are welcome here,” and “Love, not hate, makes America great.”

After protesters marched around the airport, disrupting traffic, police confined the crowd to the area in front of the Bradley terminal and brokered an agreement that allowed for upper and lower level roads to alternate being fully open for 30-minute periods.

Our Editor-in-Chief, Alex Khatchadourian, was at the protest and these are images of what she saw. IMG_2477 IMG_2499IMG_2450IMG_2442IMG_2354IMG_2479 IMG_2476IMG_2484 IMG_2486 IMG_2487 IMG_2491 IMG_2492 IMG_2494 IMG_2509IMG_2520  IMG_2577 IMG_2431 IMG_2435 IMG_2447 IMG_2451 IMG_2456 IMG_2461 IMG_2462 IMG_2426 IMG_2355IMG_2365 IMG_2367 IMG_2372 IMG_2374 IMG_2376-2 IMG_2378 IMG_2379 IMG_2382 IMG_2384 IMG_2386 IMG_2392 IMG_2393 IMG_2398 IMG_2399 IMG_2405 IMG_2409 IMG_2418 IMG_2351 IMG_2356 IMG_2357 IMG_2350