Susan Sarandon was one of approximately 575 people arrested Thursday in a protest against President Trump's immigration policies and family divisions on the southern border of Washington. The group, including MEP Pramila Jayapal, a Washington state Democrat, has been charged with unlawful demonstrations.
Sarandon tweeted about the rally, where she and other women wore banners saying, "We demand … all prison camps to end." They also stated "We Care", worn in response to.
The protestof the Hart-Senate building. According to US Capitol Police, the people on the scene were processed and published. Protesters protested against the Trump government's "zero tolerance" policy, which considered all illegal border crossings to be criminal offenses. Mr. Trump signed an executive order last week that ended the family separation, but up to 2,000 children remained separated. A federal judge has ordered that separate families be reunited at the border within 30 days.
Sarandon tweeted: "Arrested." Stay Strong. Continue Struggling. #WomenDisobey "
Sarandon has a long history of political activism. In early June, she participated in. The march was one of several that took place across the country to protest armed violence and force lawmakers to enact arms restrictions, AP reported.
Despite her bluntness against Mr. Trump's policies, the
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