Outrage and fear fuel continuing anti-Trump protests

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) – Spurred by fear and outrage, demonstrators around the country are marching again to protest Donald Trump’s presidential election victory.

The spirited demonstrations Friday on college campuses and along downtown streets were mostly peaceful following previous outbreaks of window-smashing and fire-setting.

Hundreds of people attended a “love rally” in Washington Square Park in Manhattan.

Sixty-five-year-old Leslie Holmes of Wilton, Connecticut says it’s her first protest since the 1970s, when she hit the streets of San Francisco to oppose the Vietnam War.

In Tennessee, Vanderbilt University students sang civil rights songs and marched through campus across a Nashville street, temporarily blocking traffic.

In Chicago, multiple groups plan protests through Saturday.