Protests

Students Rally for Harvard Sanctuary Status
On Campus

Students Rally for Harvard Sanctuary Status

Anwar Omeish ‘19, the Director of External Relations of the Harvard Islamic Society, speaks to the crowd rallying in support of Harvard being a sanctuary campus in the Science Center Plaza. This motion was advanced by History professor Walter Johnson, who also spoke at the rally.

"You Can't Normalize White Supremacy"
College

"You Can't Normalize White Supremacy"

Attendees listen to a speaker during a protest against Trump administration members speaking on campus Wednesday.

"We Will Resist"
College

"We Will Resist"

Protestors march down Mount Auburn Street to demonstrate against members of President-elect Donald Trump's administration speaking on campus.

From All Walks
Central Administration

From All Walks

As hundreds collected outside of Widener Library, undocumented Harvard students took turns encouraging the university to protect its diverse community following the election of Donald Trump.

Villegas's Address
Central Administration

Villegas's Address

Bruno Villegas '19 relates some of the challenges he and his family have overcome as undocumented immigrants.

Defenders of the Undocumented
Race

Defenders of the Undocumented

More than 100 supporters gather on the steps of Widener Library to advocate for the defense of undocumented students at Harvard.

Undocumented At Harvard
Race

Undocumented At Harvard

Laura Veira-Ramirez '20 speaks to the crowd gathered on the steps of Widener Library about the trials she and her family have faced living in Connecticut as undocumented immigrants.

Defenders of the Undocumented
College

Hundreds Rally in Harvard Yard for Undocumented Students

Cheering and linking arms, about 200 people congregated on the steps of Widener Library Monday and called on Harvard to protect undocumented students after Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election.

SEIU Strike
Protests

SEIU Strike

Students join custodial staff protesting for wage increases and health care changes at the Harvard Against Hate rally Thursday afternoon.

#notmypresident
On Campus

#notmypresident

Protesters march down Massachusetts Avenue on Wednesday protesting Donald Trump’s presidential election the night before.

Boston March Against Trump
Politics

Boston March Against Trump

A protester marches down Boylston Street in Boston on Wednesday evening as part of a rally against the presidential election of Donald Trump. Thousands of people gathered at the Boston Common to express their frustration.

Boston March Against Trump
Politics

Thousands Protest Trump in Boston

Thousands of people, many of them students, poured into the streets of downtown Boston Wednesday night to protest Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 presidential election.

Birds of a Feather
House Life

Birds of a Feather

Roughly three dozen Harvard custodial and security workers staged a demonstration for increased health benefits and higher wages outside the Smith Campus Center Monday afternoon. Citing the dining services workers’ strike as inspiration, the workers and 32BJ Service Employees International Union hope to negotiate an acceptable contract by mid-November.

Sit-In
Food and Drink

Sit-In

Hundreds of students and HUDS supporters marched into 124 Mount Auburn Street, home to several Harvard offices, where negotiations over contracts continue Monday afternoon. Communication between Harvard and UNITE HERE Local 26 is being facilitated through mediators.

The Sit-In
Food and Drink

The Sit-In

Jonathan S. Roberts ’17 led the sit-in at 124 Mount Auburn Street.