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15.	As part of the event, guests were encouraged to sign a pledge of action, writing down things they will do within the upcoming year to better the community. Answers ranged from being more active in local politics to giving more support to community organizations to promoting more kindness. To conclude the Peoples Inauguration, the pledges were hung up on the doors of city hall, marking the promise to take action. Annie Washington is pictured above reading through the posters. The event officially ended around 6 p.m. (Cindy Lu/WUFT News)

In Photos: Student Walkout, Gainesville’s “People’s Inauguration”

As president-elect Donald Trump was sworn into office, students and residents throughout Gainesville showed resistance to his presidency through a walkout of University of Florida students and a gathering at Gainesville City Hall.