The protests against the fare hike opened with the traditional forming of the slightly-over-the-type-named organization with the slightly-over-the-top political agenda, the Coalition for Transit Justice. On Tuesday, they and others held a rally at City Hall, attended by Mr.'s Daly and Mirkarimi, to rally against the hikes. There was a lot of shouting about the fair hike being a "tax against the poor" and a "tenant tax" with Richard Marquez of Mission Agenda comparing protests against fare hikes in other cities to Rosa Parks and that the hikes constituted "institutionalized racism and class discrimination." Speakers called for a "fare strike" modeled on protests in other cities against proposed fare increases.