Photos: Rail workers protest outside JFK Presidential Library

By Arthur Mansavage

On Friday, as President Biden met with Prince William, hundreds of rail workers protested outside the JFK Presidential Library. Just hours prior, Biden signed legislation preventing a rail worker strike that could have upset the economy as the holiday season beings.

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  • A Boston police officer guides a crowd of protesters away from the JFK Presidential Library.

  • A protester holds up a sign that reads “Striking is a human right” surround by other protesters and signs.

  • A protester yells into a megaphone while holding up a sign that reads “Support railroad workers”

  • A crowd of protesters stand across the street from the JFK Presidential Library where President Biden is meeting with Prince William.

  • A protester holds up a sign that reads “c’mon man!”

  • A protester surrounded by other protesters and signs holds up a sign that reads “support workers”.

  • A Boston police officer stands guard in front of the JFK Presidential Library.

  • President Biden’s motorcade departs the JFK Presidential Library parking lot.