An estimated crowd of more than 30,000 people rallied in Washington, D.C.’s Lafayette Park Saturday to protest the Trump administration's immigration policies. The "Families Belong Together" march and rally was held despite steamy, stifling hot weather in which temperatures reached the mid 90s.
In addition to speeches and performances, the rally featured a march from the park to the Department of Justice offices, and a fire truck that sprayed water outside Lafayette Square offered children and adults a chance to get away from the heat.
The rally was one of more than 600 marches that were held Saturday to protest the administration’s “zero tolerance” policy that separates children from their parents at the border.
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