Hundreds protest as swastikas and 'Go Trump' appear in NY park

People participate in an anti-hate rally at a Brooklyn park named in memory of Beastie Boys band member Adam Yauch after it was defaced with swastikas on November 20, 2016 in New York CityAt least 300 people, including Beastie Boys singer Adam Horovitz, protested in New York on Sunday against what they said were hate crimes inspired by the election of Donald Trump, after swastikas appeared in a Brooklyn park. The park bears the name of Adam Yauch, a bassist and singer with the Beastie Boys who campaigned for human rights.

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