Photos: Copley Square Rally Against Trump Immigration Order This article is more than 4 years old. Protesters gathered in Boston's Copley Square Sunday afternoon in opposition to President Trump's executive order temporarily halting immigration from seven majority-Muslim countries. Federal judges in Boston have enacted a seven-day stay to the order. A string of protesters in front of Trinity Church held letters spelling out "#NOMUSLIMBAN." (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Copley Square was jammed with people during the Sunday's protest in opposition to President Trump's executive order on immigration. Carlos Arredondo stood among the crowd, holding a rainbow peace flag. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) A demonstrator held a sign in front of the Boston Public Library Sunday. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) A man cheered during the rally in Copley Square. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) The signs people held in Copley Square were a mix of complaints against Trump and welcoming messages for refugees and immigrants. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) "You can't detain people in airports across America who are part of our society, who have green cards, or are students, or are scientists, or are doctors, or are teachers," Boston Mayor Marty Walsh told the crowd. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Sen. Elizabeth Warren spoke in Copley Square. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Organizers started chants among the crowd in Copley Square. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) (Jesse Costa/WBUR) "Watching the events of what's happened to this country over the past 36 hours, I think, like a lot of people here, I felt sick to my stomach," Rep. Joseph Kennedy III said to the crowd. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) A young girl sat on the steps of the Trinity Church while listening to Rep. Joseph Kennedy. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) (Jesse Costa/WBUR) Protesters came to Copley Square with tiny hands on their fingers. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) U.S. Sen. Ed Markey was among the Massachusetts politicians who spoke in Copley Square. (Jesse Costa/WBUR) (Jesse Costa/WBUR) (Alex Ashlock/WBUR) Protesters gathered on the steps of the Boston Public Library ahead of the rally. (Amy Gorel/WBUR) (Max Larkin/WBUR) This article was originally published on January 29, 2017.