Artist Arjen van Lith is parading his giant sculpture of Trump's head around Pittsburgh.
They were instructed: "No yelling, shouting, protesting or anything viewed as resistance," according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Tragedies Like Pittsburgh Show We Must Look For What We Share In Common, Not What Makes Us Different
The killing of innocent people we saw in Pittsburgh is an unambiguous example of extremist violence - we need to talk about what we can do to promote understanding well before we reach that point
The internet is our generation’s battleground and if we don’t take control of it, as a society rooted in decency, we will see more of these horrific attacks
11 people were killed.
President Donald Trump was met with protests as he arrived at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh. Eleven people were shot dead on Saturday by an attacker who yelled “All Jews must die” before opening fire. The protestors say Trump is not welcome in their community.
The President was told to stay away while families buried their dead.
Nobody should ever have to live in fear for following their faith or expressing their identity
These acts of terror are the manifestation of a culture in which anti-Semitism is normalised, a devastating reminder of just how real the threats to my community are