A protester dons the mask of Guy Fawkes, an adopted symbol for the group Anonymous, during a march through Cambridge in protest of the Egyptian government.
Cantabrigians marched in solidarity with protesters in Egypt today.
People marched through the streets of Cambridge holding flags and signs marking their solidarity with the protesters in Egypt.
Chants and protest songs could be heard throughout Cambridge as protesters marched bearing signs calling for freedom and democracy in Egypt.
A woman holds a sign showing the U.S. presidents that have been in power since 1981, when Hosni Mubarak became president of Egypt.
Starting in Harvard Square, several hundred people marched down Mass. Ave. to demonstrate their support for protests in Egypt.
Students, business people, and families marched together to show their solidarity with protesters in Egypt.
Organized through social media, several hundred people marched through Cambridge to demonstrate support for protests against the Egyptian government.