As news spread that Trump would become the next president of the United States Tuesday night, protesters in Oakland and Berkeley "marched" in the streets.
Students across the country are walking out of their classes Wednesday to protest the election of Donald Trump.
The students walked out around 10 a.m. from the school at 1604 Arapahoe Ave.
At Theodore Roosevelt High School in Des Moines, Iowa, the school choir sang John Mayer's "Waiting on The World to Change", as hundreds of students looked on. A few miles away, students at the University of California at Berkeley protested on campus. "However, we do understand their concern and we take it very seriously when they feel passionate about political issues".
He said some returned, others didn't.
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The students rallied in the courtyard of Berkeley High School, according to Charles Burress, spokesman for the Berkeley Unified School District, who estimated the crowd size.
Smaller groups of students had walked out of classes in nearby Oakland and Seattle, Washington, according to television stations in those two cities. "We want to give them the opportunity to understand and be a part of the democracy".
District 11 officials said all Palmer High School students and staff are safe.
The students then held a rally on campus, in which they raised their fists in the air and held a moment of silence.