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We arrived home from our trip to Vienna last night.We had a layover in Paris. A bathroom stall in Charles De Gaulle airport was covered in graffiti comparing Trump to Hitler in multiple languagesand illustration styles.Our flight from Paris to LA was filled with people speaking all differentlanguages, playing on phones, working on laptops, and making vaguely disgusted noises while eating the chicken in mystery sauce. The Anti Trump Protest Multiple Languages shirt.so I asked for a whiskey with ginger ale. The flight attendant was mystified and asked me in a friendly way if that was a real drink or I just made it up. Sara confirmed it was real and the Anti Trump Protest Multiple Languages laughed and said, “I learn something new every flight.”
Throughout our trip, I was enjoying being exposed to more people and more cultures and reminded we are all citizens of the world.Before the flight, I read about the Anti Trump Protest Multiple Languages shirt but didn’t know what to expect when we landed 9 hours later and passed through customs.After multiple lines of passport scanning, stamping, showing, and reshowing, we emerged back home in Los Angeles. Back home in America.And the first thing we saw was a large protest against the unlawful, immoral, and anti-American immigration andrefugee ban.While I’m deeply disturbed at the need for it, I felt great hope seeing theprotest. To me, a protest against blocking immigrants is about the most American thing I can think of.As we made our way out of the airport, I saw a woman with a sign that she had clearly made for the Anti Trump Protest Multiple Languages shirt. Plastered over the sign was a banner that said “Last Week’s Protest.”It was funny and honest. If we want to live in an America that at least tries to be true to its lofty goals of freedom, democracy, and equality, we have a lot of protesting to do.