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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.”
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.
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.
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.
A man dressed as Captain America protested the “free speech” rally.(CRAIG F. WALKER/GLOBE STAFF)
A group showed up in costume.
A group showed up in costume.(Scott Eisen/Getty Images)
A sign tied politics with recent events in Charlottesville, Va.
A sign tied politics with recent events in Charlottesville, Va.(Andrew Caffrey/Globe Staff)
A sign in Roxbury protested Nazism.
A sign in Roxbury protested Nazism.(RYAN MCBRIDE/AFP/Getty Images)
A counterprotester held up a sign on Tremont Street.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A sign on the Robert Gould Shaw Memorial near Boston Common.(Martin Finucane/Globe Staff)
Elias Soper with her sign on Boston Common.
Elias Soper with her sign on Boston Common.(Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)
Marchers worked their way down Tremont Street towards the Boston Common.
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)