Women's March officials, including board member and anti-Semitic Palestinian activist Linda Sarsour and co-president Bob Bland, called for abolishing the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the firing of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Trump's policy adviser Stephen Miller.
The civil disobedience was a reaction to the Trump administration's crackdown at the US-Mexico border, including separation of thousands of children from their parents in recent months.
A main event in Washington, D.C.is expected to draw tens of thousands of marchers, two days after thousands of women marched to Capitol Hill and almost 600-including Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.)-were arrested for demonstrating in the Hart Senate Office Building.
Buzzfeed reported that five immigrant children in federal custody filed a lawsuit Friday against what they called the Trump administration's "cruel policies and practices that unlawfully prolong their detention and delay their reunification with their families".
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The rally there began with drums and a reminder that the stories of most people who live in this country began somewhere else.
Though many who show up will be seasoned anti-Trump demonstrators, others will be new to immigration activism, including parents who say they feel compelled to show up after heart-wrenching accounts of children forcibly taken from their families as they crossed the border illegally.
Demonstrators protest on the National Mall in Washington, DC, for the Women's March on January 21, 2017. "Reunite families now; end family internment camps and end the zero-humanity policy that created this humanitarian crisis and chaos in the first place".
"In the span of just six weeks, DHS (the Department of Homeland Security) separated almost 2,000 children from their parents". "There is just nothing worse to me".
Following a national and global outcry over the chaotic splitting up of families that left parents in the dark about what happened to their children, President Donald Trump reversed course.
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Since then, the U.S. government has reunited 538 children with their relatives, but more than 2,000 minors still remain separated, according to data from the Department of Homeland Security.
"This is not what we stand for and this is not okay, and we will not stand here and watch our country be torn apart and watch babies be torn from their mothers", she told AFP, holding a sign that said, "The Only Baby Who Belongs in a Cage is Donald Trump". "There's nothing like a wounded animal", she said.
In Los Angeles, Angelica Salas said she has been marching to fix the immigration system for almost two decades.
"I'm a mom, and I think everyone I know that I've talked to about this issue has had a very visceral reaction", Sharaf said.
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