Demonstrators gathered for an anti-Donald Trump protest in Sunny Isles Beach Friday evening.
The protest began at 6 p.m. near Trump Tower on Collins Avenue. A few hundred had responded to the event on Facebook but only a small group had assembled by the time the protest began.
President-elect Trump doesn't own the building, his name is licensed to the owner.
It's the latest anti-Trump protest in South Florida. On Thursday, students held at rally at the University of Miami. Dozens of students also walked out of Homestead and South-Dade high schools Wednesday.
Other protests have been held in Downtown Miami, Wynwood and Fort Lauderdale.