ATLANTA -- For the third night in a row, protesters took the streets of Atlanta on Friday.
A large group was seen marching from Old Fourth Ward Park down Ponce de Leon Blvd.
The group later marched toward the capitol building where protesters were seen burning multiple American flags.
The group then moved on to the Georgia State campus.
Earlier this week, protesters said they were upset about President-elect Donald Trump winning the election. Others expressed disdain with the Electoral College because Hillary Clinton is poised to win the popular vote.
Since Tuesday's election, groups in at least 10 cities have against Trump - and numerous college students and faculty leaders took to social media to announce support groups and even postponed exams.