‘Confront Corruption’ rally occupies Waypoint Park | Photo gallery

A pro-democracy public vigil was held Wednesday evening in Waypoint Park in downtown Winslow, one of many such gatherings slated to occur in cities across the country.

Organizers of the campaign, “Confront Corruption,” said the demonstrations were to raise awareness of recent government misbehavior and dishonesty.

A small vocal crowd of sign-wavers gathered to solicit honks of support from drivers headed on and off the ferry, many brandishing messages extolling compassion and diversity, with others condemning the president.

More than 100 cities had announced “Confront Corruption” rallies, which, organizers said, are intended as a response to the recent meeting between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The Review’s Luciano Marano was there, camera in hand, to document the demonstration. His favorite pictures are collected here.

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