A planned day of protests against President Donald Trump in cities across the nation has some fearing that the marches will be hijacked by violent anarchists – but organizers say they just want to peacefully demonstrate. The organizers, a group called Refuse Fascism, have vowed to continue the protests ‘day and night’ in nearly two-dozen cities until their demand is met: the removal of Trump’s ‘regime’. ‘RefuseFascism.org has called for non-violent protests to begin on Saturday, November 4 in cities and towns across the country to raise the single demand: This Nightmare Must End: The Trump/Pence

Regime Must Go!’ the group said in a statement on its website. ‘The plan is for these protests to continue every day until this demand is met,’ the statement continued. The group said it hoped to emulate a series of popular demonstrations in South Korea that began in October 2016, culminating in the impeachment of that country’s president months later in March. Among the at least 22 cities where rallies are set to occur are Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Honolulu, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York City, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Seattle. CONTINUE