After it was announced on Sunday that Joe Biden won the presidential election, people took to the streets of downtown D.C. to celebrate his win.
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A man stands on top of a traffic light, holding a sign, to show his joy to the crowd about the new president-elect
A person is dressed head-to-toe in American Flag clothing to show excitement for our country's future.
Many ribbons that were covered with a variety of messages were tied to a fence on H Street.
The message "invest in communities" was written on the fence surrounding Lafayette Square.
Many people stood on top of concrete dividers that were spray-painted with anti-Trump messages.
A couple dressed in full Biden merch celebrates his win whilst informing white people to keep their racist family members in check.
A mother rides along 16th Street with her two children and a flag that reads "Biden President 2020" attached to the back.
A man sings joyfully for a crowd of people who are excited about Biden's victory.
A woman holds up her fist in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and celebrates Biden's win.
Two women walk down 16th street holding a sign in celebration of Joe Biden's win.