Culture ClashNewsIn Photos: LAX protestBy Contributor - Jan 30, 2017Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp The entrance to the International Terminal was densely packed. People exiting from the terminal were met with joy and thunderous applause. Photo credit: Michael SerranoPeople met at LAX on Jan. 29 to protest Trump’s consecutive order travel ban. Protestors occupied the international terminal causing a backup of traffic around the airport. Other signs, as pictured above, were simple and bold in their message. With only a week in office, Donald Trump has already signed multiple executive orders — his most recent sparked national outrage at major airports. Hundreds of poster boards and signs contained a wide array of messages for Trump: with plain text, pasted pictures, and often times, striking illustrations. Thousands of Angelenos were in uniscent while chanting various phrases. Each chant was quickly met with thunderous applause. “Resist Fascism: Learn From History” as written across a demonstrator’s flag. Striking posters reading, “We The People Are Greater Than Fear”, portrayed a Muslim woman wearing a hijab with the colors of the American flag. Almost everybody in attendance held a poster that promoted inclusivity. And, of course, many are not buying into the idea that a wall across the Southern border will do America any good.