While many minorities and immigrants have been concerned about what a Donald Trump presidency will mean for them, a crowd gathered in Nashville to show them support.
Hundreds filled Centennial Park on Saturday with signs and American flags.
The group gathered together to take a big photo.
Organizers said their message was: Nashville is a welcoming community that loves and supports all minorities during this uncertain time.
“Here we are being with each other, saying we see the humanity in each other, and we want to make sure families don't need to be fearful,” said Renata Soto, the Executive Director of Conexion Americas. “They are in a safe place, and there are a lot of Nashvillians who care and who will speak up for values that have built this country.”
The photo taken Saturday will be turned into a poster.