This Is How Prisoners In Los Angeles Expressed Solidarity With Anti-Trump Protestors

Inmates flashed their cell lights during the evening rallies.

Protests took over several major American cities last night following Donald Trump's victory in the 2016 presidential election. In Los Angeles, a beautiful expression of support came from inmates held in the Metropolitan Detention Center, a federal prison in downtown Los Angeles. The prisoners, who are not eligible to vote under California state law, flashed lights inside their cells for the crowds below. "We see you!" the protestors chant in response to this reminder of the real-life importance of the struggle ahead. Watch above.

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November 10, 2016
This Is How Prisoners In Los Angeles Expressed Solidarity With Anti-Trump Protestors