MARQUETTE, MI-- Dusk creeps its way across the sky as a group of 30 or so students, professors and
regular citizens file out of the lobby of Northern Michigan University’s Forest Roberts Theatre, clutching flashlights, cell phones and variously colored sparklers. Each person holds a sign they’ve filled out with marker: I am __________. I fight for ___________. It’s the day before Donald Trump is inaugurated as the nation’s 45th president, and there’s apprehension in everyone’s faces.