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Hundreds of marches will take place on Saturday in the United States as thousands of people demand the reunification of the Trump families on the US-Mexico border.] More than 600 marches are planned by Liberal, according to The Associated Press immigrant-friendly cities such as New York City and Los Angeles to more conservative regions such as Appalachia and Wyoming. American expats even gathered in front of the American Consulate in Munich.
The protests marching under the banner "Families Belong Together" are hoping to get the Trump administration to unite thousands of migrant children after their entry from their families. The United States
More than 2,300 children were killed in In recent weeks, they have been taken by their families under the Trump government's "zero tolerance" policy, where people illegally entering the United States are prosecuted. But after a public outcry earlier this month, President Donald Trump ordered that the families entering the country illegally should no longer be separated.
More than 2000 children remain separated from their parents. Saturday's marches hope to put pressure on the government to reunite these families as soon as possible.
Cristina Jiménez, co-founder and CEO of United We Dream, the country's largest youth-led immigrant organization, hopes the family move will mobilize in common to fight the government's criminalization of immigrant communities
"This is the crucial moment to mobilize the community, to mobilize the whole country and the people of conscience who look at the media and learn more about what this country does, especially ICE and deportation agents, and we want to take a stand together with the rest of the country ", said Cristina Jimenez, co-founder and Executive Director "We at United We Dream, the largest of Juge Nidled Network of Immigrants, NBC News said. "
Jimenez said her organization "urges Congress to stop Trump's deportation forces and to ensure that the government demands more money for the community ice and border guards, we say no and eliminate and defuse them."
Trump Tweeted about immigration in the hours before the march, pointing to a growing appeal by immigrants to abolish US immigration and customs. 19659015] The Democrats are making a strong move to abolish ICE, one of the smartest, toughest and most spirited law enforcement groups of men and women I've ever encountered. I've seen ICE free cities from the MS-13 hurdle and eliminate the most difficult situations. They are amazing!
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 30, 2018
"The Democrats are making a strong push, ICE, one of the smartest, hardest and most spirited law enforcement groups of men and women I have ever encountered I've seen ICE free cities from the MS-13 hurdle and fix the toughest situations, they're great! "Trump tweeted.
In a sequel, Trump urged the men and women of ICE not to worry about the ongoing demands to abolish the division.
"They are doing a fantastic job of killing us by eliminating the worst criminal elements so brave! The radical left Dems want to get you out, next it will be the whole police, zero chance, it will never happen!" He wrote ,
rallies to Trump's immigration policy have come up in the weeks since its execution, but Saturdays could still be among the largest and have received funding and support from the American Civil Liberties Union, MoveOn.org, the National Domestic Workers Alliance and the Leadership Conference. Local organizers have coordinated on-site planning, and many have relied on informal networks established during the worldwide marches of Trump's inauguration and anniversary.
Tyler Houlton, a US Department of Homeland Security spokesman, welcomed the interest in
"We appreciate that these individuals have shown interest and interest in the critical issue of securing the borders of our nation and enforcing our immigration laws "Houlton said. "As we said earlier, the department is disappointed and frustrated with the catastrophic immigration laws of our nation and supports action."
Immigration groups say they are enthusiastic – and surprised – that the issue among those who are not attached to it is increasing immigration.
"To be honest, I'm blown away – I literally never saw Americans show up for immigrants like these," said Jess Morales Rocketto, political director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, which represents nannies, housekeepers and caregivers which many immigrants are. "We kept hearing over and over again that if it were my child, I would want someone to do something."