DETROIT – Around 400 people are marching from the Wayne State University campus to Campus Martius in Detroit as part of an anti-Donald Trump rally.
The march and rally are designed to "shut down Trump's racist vision for America."
Similar marches have taken place around the country since Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in Tuesday's presidential election.
People participating in the march gathered in front of the Wayne State undergraduate library at 5 p.m. The march has grown bigger, as it collects more people during the walk to Campus Martius.
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