A section of a mural on South Van Ness Street in San Francisco. The section shows hands raised to protect a young Mexican woman from being shot the military. I call the photo 'Por Favor'

June 30, A National Protest against the Trump Administration’s Family Separation Policy

Update, June 25th:

At least 130 rallies are planned nationwide to protest immigrant families being torn apart

https://www.cnn.com/2018/06/21/us/zero-tolerance-policy-marches-trnd/index.html

Chris Hayes of MSNBC has done a fantastic job of following and reporting
the story of the Trump Administration’s Human Right’s Violations at our
Southern border.

On June 30, cities across the country will host protests against the Trump administration’s family-separation policy,  MSNBC host Chris Hayes and Rep. Pramila Japayal announced on Monday’s All In with Chris Hayes.

As I get more information I will update this page.

Sign the Petition:  National Domestic Workers Alliance

FAMILIES BELONG TOGETHER. IT’S THAT SIMPLE

Please share liberally.

7 thoughts on “June 30, A National Protest against the Trump Administration’s Family Separation Policy

  1. Sharing around Rob. I’m with my American friends sharing and posting lots on social media. Trumputin must be stopped. When he goes to his fatherland Russia, he’ll be handing over the keys to the kingdom. But for now, #wherearethechildren is prime on my mind. My fear is that the babies are being given for adoption and the missing girls are are being sold for human trafficking, possibly to Russia. Sorry, but that’s what runs through my mind at this atrocity of missing girls and babies in the United States of America! ;(

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    1. Joe Scarborough said it best: Supporting trump is the same as supporting child abuse.

      Opposition to Trump unites Americans from entirely different political traditions. Trump and his boss in Moscow want us to think Trump’s opposition is liberal but it isn’t. I do not share Morning Joe’s politics but I do share his love for our democracy.

      And right now, our democracy and common decency needs America to unite and fight.

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