Stacy Marchesano, right, wipes away tears as she listens to speakers at a post-election event of elected officials and community leaders Nov. 9 at City Hall in Seattle. Seattle Mayor Ed Murray said the country had elected a leader who has “demonstrated outright misogyny” and displayed ‘racism and authoritarian tendencies.” Murray said despite the views held by President-elect Donald Trump, Seattle would remain a welcoming city for immigrants, minorities and others.
Stacy Marchesano, right, wipes away tears as she listens to speakers at a post-election event of elected officials and community leaders Nov. 9 at City Hall in Seattle. Seattle Mayor Ed Murray said the country had elected a leader who has “demonstrated outright misogyny” and displayed ‘racism and authoritarian tendencies.” Murray said despite the views held by President-elect Donald Trump, Seattle would remain a welcoming city for immigrants, minorities and others. Elaine Thompson AP
Stacy Marchesano, right, wipes away tears as she listens to speakers at a post-election event of elected officials and community leaders Nov. 9 at City Hall in Seattle. Seattle Mayor Ed Murray said the country had elected a leader who has “demonstrated outright misogyny” and displayed ‘racism and authoritarian tendencies.” Murray said despite the views held by President-elect Donald Trump, Seattle would remain a welcoming city for immigrants, minorities and others. Elaine Thompson AP

After mourning election results, progressives must resume the good fight

November 12, 2016 4:00 PM