Google employees protest Trump’s immigration ban

Thousands of Google employees walked out Monday in protest of Donald Trump's executive order banning refugees from several Muslim-majority nations.

Google told Mashable in an email that more than 2,000 Googlers turned up to protests at several company offices, including at the main Google campus in Silicon Valley, San Francisco and New York. 

The biggest turnout was at its headquarters in Mountain View, California, where CEO Sundar Pichai and cofounder Sergey Brin spoke to the crowd.

#GooglersUnite Sundar and Sergey addressing the

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