Mid-Missouri Peaceworks organized a "Count All Votes — Defend Democracy" gathering at Broadway and Providence.
Bethany Hadley holds banner saying 'We Won't Be Silenced' while doing a peace sign on Wednesday at Providence and Broadway in Columbia.
Jeff Stack writes a mock-up of a poster on Wednesday at the intersection of Broadway Blvd. and Providence Rd. in Columbia.
LEFT: Jeff Stack talks to the group after the event on Wednesday at Providence Rd. and Broadway Blvd. in Columbia. Stack is a member of the Mid-Missouri Fellowship of Reconciliation, the group promotes non-violence, racial equality and demilitarization.
A protester holds a sign saying "Honk for Democracy" while cars go by on Wednesday at Providence Rd. and Broadway Blvd.
Patches are stitched on the back of Erica Ascani's jacket on Wednesday at the intersection of Broadway Blvd. and Providence Rd.
Director of Mid-Missouri Peaceworks Mark Haim raises a camera to his eye during a demonstration on Wednesday at the intersection of Broadway Blvd. and Providence Rd. in Columbia.
Demonstrators cross the intersection of Broadway Blvd. and Providence Rd. on on Wednesday in Columbia.
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