TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - Protesters are lining the capitol today as president Donald Trump takes his oath of office. But back in Tallahassee protesters are also taking up arms and showing their displeasure in Florida's capital city.
Students at Florida State University staged a walkout during the President's swearing in on Friday.
The students headed out to Landis Green, leaving in the middle of class.
Organizers say this is part of a national movement, working to stand against Trump every day he is in office.
Afterwards, there was a protest at the Old Capitol Building, which included Tallahassee Community College and Florida A&M students.
Women all over the country are also preparing to march Saturday as a protest against President Trump, including in Tallahassee.
Local women are encouraged to stop by the "Bread and Roses Food Cooperative" to make signs for tomorrow afternoon's march.
Tomorrow's march will begin at 2 p.m. at Railroad Square.
Due to the stormy forecast for tomorrow, the rally will be moved to the FAMU Recreation Center instead of the capitol.