‘I want my family together’: Thousands rally in D.C. to protest of U.S. immigration policy


when I was little and I got lost in the mom separated for a couple minutes I got really really upset it must be terrifying to be separate for a really long time I mean it’s simple no family deserves to be separated regardless of their legal status and I’m here to represent those voices that can’t be hurt critical low so important that we come together and United as a country that has a foundation immigration we all are human beings we all are doesn’t matter the color of your skin what’s right is right and this is wrong
Protesters marched June 30 in Washington, D.C., as part of hundreds of demonstrations across the U.S. to protest new immigration policies. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: http://bit.ly/2qiJ4dy

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