Members of the NAACP and its Alabama chapter occupied Sen. Jeff Sessions’ local office Tuesday in a sit-in protest of his nomination to serve as attorney general.

NAACP President Cornell William Brooks posted a photo of the protesters on his Twitter feed, which shows Brooks and three other people on the floor in Sessions’ Mobile, Ala. office.

According to the Montgomery Advertiser, the NAACP brought a list of five reasons why it believes Sessions should not serve as attorney general under President Donald Trump after the latter takes office Jan. 20.

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