RNC Protesters May Be Fewer, But Their Message Is Mighty
Some look threatening, wearing black and covering their faces with bandanas.
Others march in pink dresses and high heels, fighting the war on women's rights.
Their numbers may be smaller than anticipated thanks to bad weather and heightened security, but protesters from across the nation remain vigilant during the Republican National Convention in Tampa.
They want their voices heard.
WUSF reporters have spent the past week documenting these groups and their efforts. Here's a look at some of our work.