Scenes from the anti-Trump protest outside the Arizona State Capitol

Outside the Arizona State Capitol, dozens of people gathered in protest of Donald Trump’s Inauguration Day on Friday, Jan. 20, 2017. The protesters had plenty to say, and as follows, many visuals to accompany their chants.

One protester held handmade sign that read “WE ARE WATCHING.” (Photo by Ryan Santistevan/Cronkite News)

One protester at the gathering outside the Arizona State Capitol held handmade sign that read “WE ARE WATCHING.” (Photo by Ryan Santistevan/Cronkite News)

One woman held a sign that read “SHE WON BY 3 MILLION,” referring to the presidential popular vote victory by Trump's Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton (Photo by Ryan Santistevan/Cronkite News)

One woman held a sign that read “SHE WON BY 3 MILLION,” referring to the presidential popular vote victory by Trump’s Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton. (Photo by Ryan Santistevan/Cronkite News)

Phoenix resident Melissa Smallwood, 23, hit a piñata resembling President Donald Trump.(Photo by Ryan Santistevan/Cronkite news)

Phoenix resident Melissa Smallwood, 23, hit a piñata resembling President Donald Trump. (Photo by Ryan Santistevan/Cronkite news)

Phoenix resident Randy Dinin, 53, stands in front of the Arizona State Capitol on Friday, Jan. 20, 2017, in protest of President Donald Trump’s inauguration. Dinin’s signs read “NO TRUMP NO KKK NO FASCIST USA!” and “ANTI-COLONIAL ANTI-FASCIST RESISTANCE.” (Photo by Ryan Santistevan/Cronkite News)

Phoenix resident Randy Dinin, 53, stood in front of the Arizona State Capitol in protest of President Donald Trump’s inauguration. Dinin’s signs read “NO TRUMP NO KKK NO FASCIST USA!” and “ANTI-COLONIAL ANTI-FASCIST RESISTANCE.” (Photo by Ryan Santistevan/Cronkite News)

Law enforcement officers monitored the protest at the Trump inauguration protest at the Arizona State Capitol. (Photo by Nicole Tyau/Cronkite News)

Law enforcement officers monitored the protest at the Trump inauguration protest at the Arizona State Capitol. (Photo by Nicole Tyau/Cronkite News)

Phoenix resident Chris Fleischman, 54, stands with a large sign that reads “TRUMP: FRAUD” in front of the Arizona State Capitol on Friday, January 20, 2017. The gathering was in protest of the inauguration of President Donald Trump. (Photo by Ryan Santistevan/Cronkite News)

Phoenix resident Chris Fleischman, 54, stood with a large sign that read “TRUMP: FRAUD.” (Photo by Ryan Santistevan/Cronkite News)

Protest attendees wrote personal notes about “What Makes America Great,” with responses ranging from “love” to “free speech” to “respect.” The sign was inscribed at the inauguration protest at the Arizona State Capitol on Jan. 20, 2017. (Photo by Nicole Tyau/Cronkite News)

Protest attendees wrote personal notes about “What Makes America Great,” with responses ranging from “love” to “free speech” to “respect.” (Photo by Nicole Tyau/Cronkite News)

One protester draws a peace sign and a heart as a contribution to the hand-made poster. The sign was an activity for people at the inauguration protest at the Arizona State Capitol on Jan. 20, 2017. (Photo by Nicole Tyau/Cronkite News)

One protester drew a peace sign and a heart as a contribution to the handmade poster. (Photo by Nicole Tyau/Cronkite News)

The Brown Berets started as a group advocating for positive Chicano interactions with law enforcement. The Arizona chapter stood outside the Arizona State Capitol on Inauguration Day to protest President Trump. (Photo by Nicole Tyau/Cronkite News)

The Arizona chapter of the Brown Berets, a group advocating for positive Chicano interactions with law enforcement, stood outside the Arizona State Capitol on Inauguration Day to protest President Donald Trump. (Photo by Nicole Tyau/Cronkite News)

Maricopa resident Dennis Howerton, 67, said he has friends in the LGBT community and in communities of color who fear what will happen during the Trump administration. Howerton joined the President Trump inauguration protest in front of the Arizona State Capitol on Friday, Jan. 20, 2017. (Photo by Ryan Santistevan/Cronkite News)

Maricopa resident Dennis Howerton, 67, said he has friends in the LGBT community and in communities of color who fear what will happen during the Trump administration. Howerton joined the President Trump inauguration protest in front of the Arizona State Capitol on Friday, Jan. 20, 2017. (Photo by Ryan Santistevan/Cronkite News)

A protester on the corner of 1st Avenue and Washington Street in Phoenix displayed signs with anti-Trump sentiments. The signs were two of many used in protest of Trump’s inauguration on Jan. 20, 2017. (Photo by Nicole Tyau/Cronkite News)

A protester on the corner of 1st Avenue and Washington Street in Phoenix displayed signs with anti-Trump sentiments. The signs were two of many used in Phoenix in protest of Trump’s inauguration on Jan. 20, 2017. (Photo by Nicole Tyau/Cronkite News)