Dan Pratt

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Dan Pratt is based in Oshkosh Wisconsin.

Anti-Trump rally

40 people gathered to protest the Trump regime in downtown Oshkosh, Jan. 20, 2018 to mark one year since his inauguration. Protesters hailed from a variety of groups: a community group called United Action Oshkosh (UAO), others from a local weekly rally group, a few from University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), and some unaffiliated with any groups. The demonstration itself was co-organized by SDS and UAO.

Ryan Hamann, a leader from Students for a Democratic Society, began the protest.

Another leader from SDS, Dan Pratt, took the megaphone next and laid into Trump.

Taking the event to its conclusion was Zach Herriges, a freshman SDS leader, with a fiery speech in which he condemned Trump as a fraud. He pushed his attack forward, taking aim at a deeper target. "What we want is not a different president who will take [Trump's] place and do the same things; what we want is fundamental change to this system. It's not gonna come from an election every four years; it's gonna come from the masses of people who organize and struggle to bring change, and that's what we're doing today! Agitate, educate, organize! Together we can make this world a better place. Down with the Trump regime! Down with this system! And down with the empire!"[1]

References

  1. [http://www.fightbacknews.org/2018/1/23/oshkosh-wi-protest-marks-one-year-trump FB News, Oshkosh, WI protest marks one year of Trump By staff | January 23, 2018]