Local Protesters Take Message For Presidential Candidates To The Street

Posted at 5:04 PM, Aug 29, 2015

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Some people took to the street outside Saturday to try to get their voices heard.

The short march began at the Music City Walk of Fame and ended at Rocketown where Donald Trump was speaking.

They rallied in hopes of getting their message across to all candidates.

“Our whole community is out here just letting our voices be heard,” one protester said. “We are not afraid to speak out. The time is now. We just want to give the message to all candidates that we are here. We are Nashville. This is the new south.”

The rally was also designed to promote unity among native-born and immigrant workers in response to some of the things being said during this Presidential campaign season.