Tens of thousands have rallied in more than 700 demonstrations across the nation to protest President Trump’s immigration policies, urging him to reunite families separated at the Mexican border.
The Protests kicked off nationwide on Saturday morning in opposition to President Trump’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy that has resulted in the separation of thousands of young children from their parents. The epic center of the “Families Belong Together” demonstration is Washington, D.C., where protesters are gathered across from the White House in Lafayette Square. Organizers expect 50,000 to turn out in the capital, with more than 700 similar events being held around the country.
Demonstrators across the country are demanding that the Trump Administration should “Reunite families now, end family internment camps, and end the zero-humanity policy that created this humanitarian crisis and chaos in the first place.”
It was recalled that On January 26, 2018, president donald Trump released an immigration plan that would offer a 12-year path to citizenship for 1.8 million immigrants who arrived in the United States illegally as children. which would replace President Obama’s delayed Action for Childhood Arrivals program.