NEW YORK (AP) – Latest news on Trump nationwide anti-immigration protests (all time local):
Thousands of people gathered in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico, to protest against The crowd that has protested Trump since his election in 201
Margarita Perez from Albuquerque held up a small Mexican flag as the speakers addressed the crowd. Accompanied by her daughter, she said she was worried about the children who were detained and the parents who did not know where their children were being taken.
Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller, a Democrat, told the crowd of his trip to the US-Mexico border, where he and other mayors were denied a tour of a hiding place in the Tornillo port outside El Paso, Texas. He uttered a roaring roar from the crowd as he said, "We are here to resign, to resist."
Thousands gather on a square opposite the White House to protest against the immigration policies of the Trump government
The crowd on Lafayette Square sang "Shame! Shame! Shame! " as spokesmen condemned the separation of children from parents after they entered the US illegally.
Protesters waved signs in English and Spanish. The slogan on an English sign demanded, "Where are the children?"
"Melania & Ivanka, stop child molestation," was another slogan.
Protesters should later participate in one of the dozens of immigration demonstrations across the country
Hundreds of demonstrators in downtown Dallas are calling for a clear plan for family reunification under the separation of immigrant families by President Donald Trump  The demonstrators, many wearing white T-shirts and clothing, carried protest signs and gathered in front of Dallas City Hall.
A protest sign read: "Compassion, not Cruelty" while another simply said, "Vote"
Another the sign said, "November is coming."
The organizer of the protest, Michelle Wentz, says the opposition to politics seems to break political lines. She called it a "barbaric and inhumane" policy.
Protesters continued to pour into the area as the protesters went to the polls.
The humming of the side-talks was from the songs "We care!" outside the town hall.
Protesters shout "Shame!" and singing, "Stop!" At the start of a New York march that dismissed the Trump government's policy of separating families that crossed the border illegally. On Saturday, people gathered in murderous 86-degree heat in a park in Manhattan before a proposed march through Brooklyn Bridge to Cadman Square in Brooklyn, near the Federal Court building.
The crowd made a "shame" when an organizer went through a list of people blamed for demolishing the family by the demonstrators.
Among their objectives: President Donald Trump, Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the agencies Immigration and Customs and Border Protection
Thousands of people opposed to the controversial policy of President Donald Trump of protesting the separation of migrant families come to Boston for two planned protests.
Saturday's "Rally against Family Separation" begins with a morning walk from City Hall to Boston Common, where a grand rally will take place. The protest is timed with other protests across the country and is also designed to counter Trump's ban on travelers from certain major Muslim nations.
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren and Congressman Joe Kennedy III, both Democrats, will be present.
The second demonstration begins on Saturday afternoon with a march from Wellington Common Park to the South Bay House of Correction, a Boston County Custodial Station Immigrants detained by federal officials
The organizers urge local government agencies to stop working with US immigration authorities ,
Liberal activists, parents and first-time protesters motivated by childrens reports Separated from their parents on the US-Mexico border plan to rally in hundreds of cities across the country to President Donald Trump's government to repress the families quickly.
More than 600 marches on Saturday attracted hundreds of thousands of people across the country, from immigration-friendly cities such as Los Angeles and New York City to Conservative Appalachians and Wyoming under the motto "Families Belong Together"
Though many appear While others will be anti-Trump protesters, others will be new to immigration activists, including parents who say they are forced to appear illegally after heartbreaking reports of children being forcibly pulled out of their families.
In Portland, Oregon, for example, several mothers who stay at home organized their first rally while caring for small children.