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Some of the best signs from Saturday’s Boston Common rallies

A woman held a sign that said “Alt-Right Delete.”Larry Edelman/Globe Staff

Thousands of people flocked to the city Saturday to protest against a “free speech” rally on Boston Common.

Here are some of the most interesting signs they carried.

There was no shortage of signs in the crowds Saturday. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff
A woman held up a sign about President Donald Trump.Andrew Caffrey/Globe Staff
A man dressed as Captain America protested the “free speech” rally.CRAIG F. WALKER/GLOBE STAFF/Globe Staff
A group showed up in costume.Scott Eisen/Getty Images
A sign tied politics with recent events in Charlottesville, Va.Andrew Caffrey/Globe Staff
A sign in Roxbury protested Nazism.RYAN MCBRIDE/AFP/Getty Images
A counterprotester held up a sign on Tremont Street.MATTHEW HEALEY/EPA
John Waters with his sign at the “free speech” rally on Boston Common. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff
Protesters started to arrive at the rally on Boston Common. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff
A protester with a bandana and helmet held up a sign.Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff
A sign on the Robert Gould Shaw Memorial near Boston Common.Martin Finucane/Globe Staff
Elias Soper with her sign on Boston Common.Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
Marchers worked their way down Tremont Street towards the Boston Common. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff
Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff
Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff