More than 15,000 attend NYC rallies
More than 15,000 people have participated in the New York City protests, reports CBS News correspondent Kenneth Craig. Thousands of people started appearing around 10 o'clock Saturday morning to protest against family divisions.
Protesters marched from the Manhattan Courthouse and crossed the Brooklyn Bridge to join another rally in Brooklyn.
Many families brought their own with children to make a point, reports Craig. They said they want people to see these young faces because they are the same age as children in detention centers in the US
Thousands of shame shouted in New York! and singing, "Stop!" This was the anticipation of the planned march of the protesters over the Brooklyn Bridge.
Before a planned march across the Brooklyn Bridge to Cadman Plaza, Brooklyn, near the courthouse, masses of people gather in sultry 86-degree heat on Saturday in a Manhattan park. The crowd was "shame" because an organizer went through a list of people accusing the family divisions.
Among Their Goals: President Donald Trump, Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Customs and Border Protection