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Families Belong Together
Part of Protests against Trump administration family separation policy and protests against Donald Trump
Rally to end Family Separation Cleveland-03.jpg
DateJune 30, 2018 (2018-06-30)
LocationWashington, D.C. and over 700 other U.S. cities, and others worldwide
TypeDemonstration (protest)
ThemeOpposition to family separation
CauseTrump administration family separation policy
Organized bygrassroots support and Families Belong Together
Participantsprotesters across the United States and some globally
Websitewww.familiesbelongtogether.org Edit this at Wikidata

Families Belong Together refers both to an advocacy campaign devoted to reuniting immigrant families that were separated at the US-Mexico border by a Trump administration policy introduced in spring 2018, and also specifically to a series of protests on June 30, 2018 in Washington, D.C., New York City, and 700 other cities and towns in the United States. Very large crowds turned out to those events despite heat waves in many areas, including in Washington, D.C.[1][2][3][4]

History[edit]

The "zero tolerance" policy[5] introduced by the Trump Administration in spring 2018 was the immediate catalyst for the Families Belong Together mass mobilization in June 2018, as media outlets began reporting on children being held in cages and in detention facilities after having been separated from their parents or guardians after crossing the border. The news organization Pro Publica released widely-circulated audio of one group of children crying.[6] As public shock and outrage grew, a small group of women activists, advocates, and public officials[7] began conferring to organize a public response, including Anna Galland, then Executive Director at MoveOn Civic Action; Jessica Morales Rocketto, then Political Director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance; Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal (D. Wash.); and Ai-jen Poo, Executive Director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance. That group's organizing led to a call for peaceful protests on Saturday, June 30, 2018, and hundreds of thousands of people turned out for those events.[7]

Participants[edit]

Many of those protesting in June 2018 had participated in previous anti-Trump protests and actions, while others were new to immigration activism, with parents who felt called into action based on the reported stories of separations.[8] Protesters at the events in June 2018 participated in both major cities and also more rural regions like Appalachia and Wyoming. Protests were also held internationally.[4] Some protesters compared the detainment of children by the U.S. government to the Nazi concentration camps.[9][10]

Support from celebrities and other public figures[edit]

A number of prominent public figures spoke out around the time of the June 2018 protests to criticize the Trump Administration's policy. Former First Lady Laura Bush issued a statement saying the policy "broke her heart."[11]

Celebrities who appeared at protests around the country included:

Counter-protests[edit]

At some of the locations there were counter protesters, resulting in at least one arrest. A counter-protester was arrested at Huntsville, Alabama after displaying a gun, and reportedly stating "I will shoot everyone here."[18] In Phoenix, Arizona, about 25 counter-protesters from patriot movement proclaimed their opposition to the protests using signs and a megaphone, and engaging others at the protests near Arizona State Capitol, while the event remained mostly peaceful.[19]

Locations[edit]

United States[edit]

State Cities Estimated participants Photo Locations/Notes
30,000[20] - 50,000 Keep Families Together Washington, D.C. 6300047.jpg During this rally, most of the country was entering the first day of the first major summer heat wave of 2018, with temperatures ranging between high 90s and triple digits for various cities. Rally organizers cautioned people to use plenty of sunscreen and drink water; a few hundred yards away from the stage in Lafayette Square, a fire truck sprayed its hose in the air to cool off the crowd.[21]
 Alabama Auburn 100 Toomer's Corner[22]
Birmingham 2,000[23] Families Belong Together Protest 2018 Birmingham, AL (45035965201).png Kelly Ingram Park[24]
Dothan several dozen Westgate Park (near Angel of Hope Statue).[25] US congressional candidate Tabitha Isner spoke at the rally.[26]
Huntsville 100 Big Spring Park. A right wing heckler was arrested for brandishing a gun at the crowd of protesters.[27][28][29][30]
Mobile dozens Public Safety Memorial Park[31]
Montgomery hundreds Capitol Sidewalk, Dexter Ave[32]
 Alaska Anchorage hundreds Delaney Park Strip[33]
Fairbanks 200[34] Golden Heart Plaza
Juneau 400 Keep Families Together 014 (29244500898).jpg Capital Park[35]
Ketchikan dozens Berth 4 Ketchikan dock - Federal Building[36]
Kodiak 30+ main downtown intersection; grassy triangle at the Y[37]
Sitka 150[38] Crescent Harbor Shelter and the streets of Sitka
Valdez 7 outside A Rogue's Garden[39]
 Arizona Bisbee 30+[40] Lowell School parking lot[41]
Chandler 2600 S. Price Road[41]
Flagstaff 1,000[42] Flagstaff City Hall.[41] Flagstaff Mayor Coral Evans and US Rep. Tom O'Halleran were present.[43]
Kingman nearly 60 Trinity Episcopal Church - Locomotive Park[44]
Nogales 200[45] 1904 Courthouse / DeConcini Port of Entry[46]
Payson 75[47] 509 S. Beeline Highway (Hwy 87)[41]
Phoenix 800[45] Immigration policy rally in Phoenix AZ, USA, June 30 2018.jpg Arizona State Capitol; US Rep. Ruben Gallego spoke at the rally.[41] 30 minutes after the large rally ended, 25 members of Patriot Movement AZ staged a small counter-protest.[19]
Pinetop 40[48] White Mountain Boulevard on the sidewalk in front of the U.S. Postal Service building[41]
Prescott several hundred[49] Prescott College - Courthouse Square[41]
San Luis ~50 Cesar Chavez Cultural Center at Joe Orduño Park.[41] State Rep. Charlene Fernandez spoke at the rally.[50]
Tucson 1,000+[51] Armory Park -Tucson District Court (405 W Congress St)[45]
 Arkansas Fayetteville almost 1,000[52] Fayetteville Town Center[53]
Fort Smith 90[54] 74th Street (sidewalk in front of the post office)[52]
Hot Springs 180 Bathhouse Row, Hot Springs National Park[55]
Jonesboro 75+[56] Craighead County Courthouse. US congressional candidate Chintan Desai spoke at the rally.[57]
Little Rock 400 - 500[58] King Elementary School - Arkansas State Capitol (stopping at overpasses)[52][59]
 California Alameda 300+[60] Intersection of Park Street & Santa Clara Avenue[61]
Angels Camp 100+ Utica Park[62]
Avalon 34[63] Casino Building, Dive Park - Wrigley Stage, Crescent Ave[64]
Bakersfield 1,000 - 1,500 ICE Office, 800 Truxtun Ave - Kern County Liberty Bell[65]
Barstow Union Bank Fountain[64]
Berkeley 1,500[66] MLK Jr. Civic Center Park, near Old City Hall[61]
Bishop 100 Bishop City Park[67]
Burbank 1,000 Burbank City Hall[68]
Calexico ~50[69] Imperial Regional Detention Facility[70]
Camarillo 2,000+[71] sidewalks outside ICE office at 770 Paseo Camarillo[72]
Carlsbad nearly 1,000[73] Cannon Park[74][75]
Carpinteria 50+[76] Peace Corner, located at Carpinteria and Linden Avenues;[64] event hosted by Indivisivle Carpinteria.
Chico 400 Downtown City Plaza[77]
Claremont hundreds Clarmeont Memorial Park[78]
Concord hundreds Todos Santos Plaza[61]
Dublin 400[79] Dublin City Hall Amphitheater[61]
El Cajon 100+ Main Street - City Hall[80]
Encinitas event planned at Swami's Beach, 1298 South Coast Highway 101[81]
Escondido 270 North County Mall[82]
Eureka 3,000 march down Third Street[83]
Fort Bragg 200 - 300 Fort Bragg Town Hall - Bainbridge Park[84][85]
Fremont ~300 Veterans Park at Fremont Superior Court House.[61] American sociologist & civil rights activist Harry Edwards spoke.[86]
Fresno 1,000 Blackstone & Nees[87]
Grass Valley 500 The rally took place at the intersection of Brunswick Road and Sutton Way in the Glenbrook Basin; a contingent of counterprotesters eventually appeared opposite the rally, with signs reading "Build the Wall" and "Deport Families Together."[88]
Greenfield[89]
Half Moon Bay 300 Mac Dutra Plaza[90]
Healdsburg 200[91] Healdsburg Avenue and Matheson Street[61]
Hollister event planned at 4th and San Benito Streets[92]
Idyllwild[93] 175 Idyllwild Town Monument[64] - Strawberry Creek Square[94]
Irvine 3,000 - 4,000[95] Portola High School - James A. Musick Facility[95]
King City 50+ corner of Broadway St & San Antonio Dr. at King City's welcome sign[89]
Laguna Beach 500[95] Main Beach[96]
Lakeport 50 Soper Reese Theatre - march on Main St[97]
Lancaster event planned at Lancaster Library[98]
Livermore 350[79] Flag Pole in Downtown Livermore[61]
Long Beach 1,300 Cesar Chavez Park - Glenn Anderson Federal Building[99]
Los Angeles 75,000[16] Protesters attend L.A.'s Families Belong Together March (42381082195).jpg Los Angeles City Hall.[100] In addition to celebrities, elected officials of California who spoke at the rally included Rep. Maxine Waters, Sen. Kamala Harris, Mayor Eric Garcetti and Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom[17][101]
Malibu 250[102] Pacific Coast Hwy. & Webb Way[93]
Merced 100+ Courthouse Park[103]
Modesto 800 Five Points at McHenry Ave, down J Street to Tenth Street Place[104]
Monterey[105] 750[106] Window on the Bay / Monterey Waterfront Park[107]
Moreno Valley[93] Cardenas Market at JFK Plaza[64]
Morgan Hill 200+[108] Morgan Hill Community and Cultural Center - ICE office[61]
Mountain View 3,000[109] Gateway Park on corner of El Camino & Castro[61][110]
Napa several hundred[111] (Sunday, June 24) Veterans Memorial Park; event organized by Women's March Napa Valley[112]
National City[93] Kimball Park[64]
Oakland 800 - 1,000 Lakeside Park, near play structure near Staten & Bellevue / Lake Merritt[61]
Ojai sidewalk between Libbey Park and Hwy 150[64][72]
Oxnard hundreds[46] Collection Riverpark Shopping Center[64]
Palm Springs 1,000[113] Hundreds turned out at Francis Stevens Park.[93] U.S. congressman Dr. Raul Ruiz (D-Palm Desert) spoke at the rally.[114]
Palo Alto 400+[115] El Camino Real and Embarcadero Road[61]
Pasadena 300 Pasadena City College[116]
Petaluma 500[117] Petaluma Mail Depot, parking lot (4th & C streets)[61][118]
Piedmont event planned in Montclair Park[119]
Pittsburg 22[120] John Buckley Square[61]
Pleasanton 600[79] Panorama of protest (42399914414).jpg Lion Wayside Park[61][121]
Point Arena 9[122] in front of Point Arena post office[85]
Ramona 54[123] 10th and Main streets[93]
Redding 350 Redding City Hall; march down Cypress Ave[124]
Redondo Beach 350 Hawthorne Blvd & Artesia Blvd, SW Corner[125]
Redwood City 3,000[126] Redwood City Courthouse Square[61]
Richmond 1,000[17] 2018 06 30 Families Belong Together Rally (Richmond, CA) (43068816152).jpg ICE/West County Detention Center[61]
Riverside 1,200 The Galleria at Tyler[93][127]
Sacramento 4,000 U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Field Office[128]
San Bernardino 450[127] Outside the office of Homeland Security[129]
San Diego 2,500 - 4,000[82][130] Waterfront Park[74]
San Francisco 30,000+[16] Families Belong Together SF march 20180630-4180.jpg Dolores Park - San Francisco City Hall.[131] Drivers stepped out of their cars on Octavia Street to watch (and cheer) more than 1,000 protesters pass by on Market Street[17]
San Jose 1,000 San Jose City Hall[132]
San Leandro hundreds San Leandro City Hall / Root Park[61][133]
San Luis Obispo 1,500+ SLO County Superior Courthouse[134]
San Mateo 42 300 So. El Camino Real[135]
San Rafael hundreds[136] (Wednesday, June 20) lawn in front of the U.S. Post Office near the Marin County Civic Center[137]
Santa Barbara 2,000 De La Guerra Plaza[138]
Santa Clarita hundreds[139] corner of McBean Pkwy & Valencia Blvd - City Hall. Event organized by Swing Left; US congressional candidate Katie Hill was present.[140]
Santa Cruz 8,000 Santa Cruz City Hall[141]
Santa Maria 450 ICE facility, West Century St[142]
Santa Rosa 3,000[143] Families Belong Together Demonstration at Santa Rosa, California (43093650232).jpg Old Courthouse Square[118]
Sebastopol 70[143] - 80 Sebastopol Plaza, Weeks Way[61]
Solvang 150 Solvang Park[144]
Sonoma hundreds[145] Sonoma Plaza, 453 1st St E[61]
Stockton several hundred Martin Luther King Jr. Plaza[146]
Temecula 300+[82] Temecula Duck Pond[93][75]
Tracy few dozen Tracy Branch Library - City Hall[147]
Truckee 300[148] in front of Old Jail[149]
Ukiah 54[150] Pear Tree Shopping Center - Ukiah courthouse steps.[85][151] US Rep Jared Huffman spoke at the event.[152]
Vacaville 285 Vacaville Town Square[153]
Valencia Westfield Valencia Town Center[64]
Vallejo 200[154] Unity Plaza[61]
Ventura 750[46] Ventura County Government Center
Victorville 40+[155] U.S. Federal Penitentiary detention center[98]
Visalia 200+ intersection of West Walnut Ave. and South Mooney Blvd.[156]
Watsonville 49[157] event planned at Watsonville City Plaza[158]
West Hollywood 200 West Hollywood Park[159]
Westlake Village 40+[160] Promenade at Westlake[72]
Yucca Valley northeast corner Hwy 62 and Hwy 247 (29 Palms Hwy at Old Woman Springs Rd)[64]
 Colorado Alamosa event planned at Cole Park[161]
Boulder 950 Frasier retirement community (250 people) / Unitarian Universalist Church (700 people)[162]
Colorado Springs 400 Colorado Springs City Hall[163]
Denver 4,000[164] Civic Center Park[165][166]
Durango 350 Buckley Park[167]
Edwards event planned at Edwards Rest Stop, Exit 163 between I-70 and Hwy 6[161]
Fort Collins hundreds (Tuesday, June 26) Old Town Square[168]
Glenwood Springs hundreds Sayre Park - Centennial Park[169]
Grand Junction 200 Mesa County Old Courthouse[170][171]
Longmont 100[172] corner of Main Street and 6th Ave[162]
Montrose 35 Demoret Park (corner of Main Street and Townsend Ave) was the site of two rallies in June 2018. The first one, known as the "Every Corner Rally," happened on Friday, June 22, with 35 people; the second took place on June 30.[173]
Paonia[161] event planned at Poulous Park
Pueblo ~250[20] Pueblo County Courthouse (the old courthouse)[161]
Salida Centennial Park - Hwy 50 at Holman[161]
Steamboat Springs event planned at Routt County Courthouse sidewalk[161]
Telluride[174] Wilkinson Public Library Terrace Patio[161][175]
Yuma 17[172] Rural Communities Resource Center - Yuma City Park Picnic Pavilion[176]
 Connecticut Deep River 200 Deep River Town Hall[177]
East Haddam 75 - 100 Two Wrasslin' Cats[177]
Fairfield 500[178] Sherman Green Gazebo[179]
Greenwich 400 Greenwich Town Hall[180]
Hartford 400 (Monday, July 2) a rally of 400 people protested at the local ICE office; 35 were arrested for blocking the entrance.[181]
Litchfield hundreds Litchfield Town Green[182]
Middletown 250 Union Green. US Rep. Rosa DeLauro spoke to the crowd.[177]
New London hundreds[183] Williams Park[184]
Southbury 200+ corner of Main St South & Main St North[185]
Stamford hundreds Stamford Government Center[186]
Stratford 100+ Stratford Town Hall (Town Green)[187]
West Hartford[177] 200 West Hartford Center (North Main & South Main Streets & Farmington Ave).[188]
 Delaware Dover 100[189] Legislative Mall[190]
Milltown several hundred St. Barnabas Episocopal Church[190]
Wilmington hundreds Cool Spring Park - Carvel State Office Building. US Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester & Senator Tom Carper were present at the rally.[190]
 Florida Boca Raton 250 Sanborn Square[191]
Clermont 60+[192] Protesters met at Sunnyside Plaza, then stood along Highway 50 for an hour (in the rain).[193]
Crawfordville 30 Wakulla County ICE Detention Center[194]
Dade City[195] 30[196] Historic Pasco County Courthouse[197]
Daytona Beach 200 corner of International Speedway Blvd and Beach Street[198]
DeLand hundreds[199] DeLand City Hall[198]
Fort Myers[164] 500[46] Old Lee County Courthouse[46]
Gainesville 500+ Gainesville City Hall - Depot Park[200]
Gulfport 500[201] Gulfport Casino (corner of Beach Drive and Shore Blvd). Pouring rain didn't stop protesters in Gulfport from making their voices heard.[195][202]
Hollywood 100+[203] Moveon.org Anti Trump Family Separation Protests Diplomat Hotel Hollywood Florida June 30 2018 01.jpg Diplomat Hotel[191]
Inverness 40 Old Citrus County Courthouse Museum[204]
Jacksonville 200+ (Friday, June 29) Jacksonville ICE office[205]
Jensen Beach 200+[46] Treasure Coast Mall Entrance; corner of U.S. 1 && Jensen Beach Blvd[206]
Lake Worth 114[207] Lake Worth City Hall
Lakeland 100+ Frances Langford Promenade, at Lake Mirror[193]
Miami hundreds[208] Moveon.org Anti Trump Family Separation Protests - Miami Dade College, Miami Florida 09.jpg Hundreds marched from Miami-Dade College to Freedom Tower on Biscayne Boulevard and back[191]
Melbourne hundreds[199] Eau Gallie Causeway[209]
Naples 300 - 500 Collier County Jail[210]
Orlando hundreds[211] City Hall - Orlando ICE office[212]
Palmetto Bay 60 Coral Reef Park[213]
Panama City event planned at Hathaway Bridge[214]
Pensacola hundreds Pensacola City Hall[215]
Sarasota 600 - 1,000 Five Points Park[216]
Sebastian 150+ Riverview Park[206]
Sebring 80+ sidewalk along Kennilworth Blvd, near Sebring High School[217]
Spring Hill[195] 50 Spring Hill Waterfall[218]
St. Augustine 140 Plaza de la Constitución - Castillo De San Marcos[219]
Tallahassee hundreds Florida Capitol Building[220]
Tampa 3,000[195] Joe Chillura Courthouse Square[201][202]
The Villages 1,000 Lake Sumter Landing Town Square[221]
West Palm Beach 550 Southern Boulevard and South Flagler Drive - Mar-a-Lago[191]
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Athens several hundred[222] The University of Georgia Arch[223]
Atlanta around 4,000[224] Atlanta City Detention Center - Richard B. Russell Federal Building, where US Rep John Lewis spoke.[225]
Brunswick 71[226] Brunswick City Hall[227]
Dalton 100 Delray Farms Fresh Market[228]
Lawrenceville 76 Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center[229]
Lumpkin 50[230] Stewart Detention Center[231]
Savannah hundreds[232] Johnson Square – Savannah City Hall[233]
Valdosta 50+ Lowndes County Courthouse[234]
 Hawaii Honolulu hundreds Hawaii State Capitol.[235] US Senator Mazie Hirono participated in the rally.[236]
Kahului dozens corner of Pu'unene Ave and Ka'ahumanu Ave, outside Kahului Shopping Center[237]
Kailua-Kona 150+ Queen Ka'ahumanu Highway, south of Henry Street[238]
Lihue 500 Lihue Airport entrance[239]
Waimea 56[240] Church Row Park[241] / intersectiono of Hawaii Belt Rd & Lindsey Rd[242]
 Idaho Boise 5,000 Idaho State Capitol[243]
Coeur d'Alene 347[244] Picnic Shelter in Riverstone Park[245]
Idaho Falls two dozen Bonneville County Courthouse lawn[246]
Ketchum 150 Ketchum Town Square[247]
Lewiston 100 Brackenbury Square[248]
Meridian 20 corner of Main St. & Franklin[249]
Pocatello 300 Caldwell Park[250]
Sandpoint 125 Bonner County Courthouse on First Avenue;[245] protesters gathers on both sides of the road, greeting passing motorists who honked back their support.[251]
Twin Falls 100+ Twin Falls Visitor's Center[252]
 Illinois Arlington Heights 700+[253] Village Hall - North School Park[254]
Aurora 125+ An evening prayer vigil, hosted by Indivisible Aurora and the Immigrant Liberation Alliance of Aurora, was held at Aurora City Hall.[255]
Barrington 600 In front of Barrington Village Hall (where Rep. Peter Roskam had an office).[254]
Carbondale 62 First Presbyterian Church[256]
Champaign 500[20] Champaign Public Library - intersection of Green and Neil Sts[257]
Chicago 60,000+[16] March for Immigrants Chicago Illinois 6-30-18 2201 (42242688715).jpg Daley Plaza. A Chicago Fire Department truck sprayed a fine mist onto the crowd during the march route to keep them cool[258]
Downers Grove 500[259] Veteran's Memorial Pavilion at Fishel Park[260]
Elgin 150 ElginILprotest06302018.png along Kimball Avenue[260]
Frankfort hundreds Breidert Green[261]
Glenview 150[254] Glenview Veteran's Memorial[262]
Highland Park[260] 300 Port Clinton Square. Highland Park Mayor Nancy Rotering & Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Deerfield) spoke at the rally[254]
Joliet hundreds Chicago St. Plaza[263]
Macomb 100 Washington Park[264]
Ottawa 150+ Jordan Block[265]
Peoria 125 Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse[266]
Quincy ~85[267] Second String Music[268]
Rockford 600+ Rockford City Hall[269]
Springfield hundreds[270] Old State Capitol[260][271]
St. Charles event planned at Randall Road and North Avenue[268]
Ullin 26[272] Tri-County Detention Center[273]
 Indiana Anderson 60 Dickmann Town Center Park; event hosted by One Nation Indivisible Madison County[274]
Angola 60+[275] First Congregational United Church of Christ[276]
Bloomington 200+ Monroe County Courthouse[277]
Evansville 200+[46] Winfield K. Denton Federal Building (public sidewalk)[278]
Goshen 600+ Elkhart County Courthouse lawn[279]
Hammond 300 U.S. District Courthouse, corner of Clinton St & Hohman Ave[280]
Indianapolis 1,000 US Court/Federal Building & Indiana State House[281]
Logansport 48[282] near Logansport Farmers Market
Richmond 150 Richmond Municipal Building[283]
South Bend hundreds Marycrest Building[284]
Terre Haute 150+ VIgo County Courthouse[285]
 Iowa Cedar Falls 400[286] More than 100 people met outside of Rep. Rod Blum's office and marched down West Fifth Street to Franklin Street and up West First Street to Main Street back to Blum's office.[287]
Cedar Rapids ~100 Sokol Park[288]
Davenport 600 Vander Veer Park[289]
Des Moines 750[286] Families Belong Together March (43115856491).jpg Iowa State Capitol[290][291]
Dubuque 150+[292] (Friday, June 22) Washington Park - U.S. Rep. Rod Blum's Dubuque office[293]
Fairfield Central Park Square[291]
Iowa City 600+[291] U of Iowa Pentacrest - College Green Park and downtown Iowa City[294]
Marshalltown 125[286] Marshall County Courthouse (Southside lawn)[295]
Mason City two dozen Central Park[296]
Muscatine Muscatine Riverside Park (by the playground)[291]
Okoboji 75+[297] Highway 71 causeway area between Arnolds Park and Okoboji[298]
Sioux City 270 Long Lines Family Red Center[299]
 Kansas Dodge City 100 Dodge City Medical Center Parking Lot[300]
Lawrence 700 South Park[301]
Topeka (Monday, July 2) Kansas Interfaith Action held a vigil on immigration and separated families at the State Capitol Building[302]
Wichita hundreds Wichita City Hall[303]
 Kentucky Bowling Green 200+ outside US Senator Rand Paul's State Street office[304]
Hopkinsville rally on Monday night, July 2, at Grace Epsicopal Church[305]
Lexington up to 700[306] (Saturday, June 23) Hundreds gathered at Fayette County Courthouse plaza;[307][308] the event was organized by Kentucky National Organization for Women.[309] By this time, one week ahead of June 30, similar events had already taken place across the county, including one protest outside the Lexington office of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell a few days earlier.[310]
Louisville hundreds[46] Out of hundreds that protested at the rally, roughly 200 splintered off and marched a half-mile from Metro Hall to the ICE offices on 7th Street, and criticized Democratic Mayor Greg Fischer for not declaring Louisville a sanctuary city.[311]
Madisonville 50 First United Bank Plaza on Center Street.[312] US congressional candidate Paul Walker spoke at the rally.[313]
Morehead dozens Fountain Park (across from Wendy's on Main St.)[314]
Pikeville 10[315] vigil planned at the bottom of the 99 Steps of University of Pikeville; hosted by Progress Pike & Kentuckians for the Commonwealth[316]
 Louisiana Baton Rouge 175[317] Baton Rouge border patrol[318]
Covington 200[319][320] St. Tammany Parish courthouse[321]
Lafayette hundreds Parc Putnam - Federal Court[322]
Lake Charles 75 - 100 Lock Park[323]
New Orleans 1,000+[324] Despite withering 100+ degree heat, hundreds gathered at Congo Square in Armstrong Park and marched through the French Quarter to Jackson Square.[319][325]
Shreveport 120 Caddo Parish Courthouse[326]
 Maine Augusta 1,000 State Street between Capitol Park and Maine State House[327]
Bangor several hundred[328] Cascade Park[327][329]
Bar Harbor 500[330] Bar Harbor Village Green[331]
Bath in front of the Customs House, on Front Street[332]
Brunswick 250[327] Brunswick Town Mall. Independent U.S. Senator and Brunswick native Angus King joined the demonstration.[329]
Damariscotta[333] 350 The Midcoast Unitarian Universalist Fellowship held an event at the bridge at Damariscotta and Newcastle[334]
Farmington 200[327] Farmington Post Office, Main Street[335]
Gouldsboro 75[336] outside Gouldsboro Town Office, Prospect Harbor Village[333]
Lewiston–Auburn hundreds Longley Bridge (Auburn side)[337]
Machias[333] Lee/Pellon Center parking lot, across from Helen's restaurant
Portland 2,000[327] Portland City Hall. The rally grew so large that police had to shut down part of Congress Street[329][338]
Presque Isle 12 A dozen people gathered outside Hardscrabble Solutions on Main Street[333]
Vinalhaven 150+ Town Wharf[339]
 Maryland Baltimore 1,500[340] Patterson Park[341]
Cumberland several dozen[342] Downtown Cumberland Mall[341]
Frederick 250[343] Vista Shopping Center[341]
Poolesville 23[344] candlelight vigil at Whalen Park[345]
Snow Hill two dozen (Sunday, July 1) Protesters marched to the Worcester County Detention Center for an "End Immigrant Detention" rally. Five counter-protesters stood across the street.[346]
University Park 52[347] University Park Town Field[341]
Westminster 170[348] Main St at Locust Lane[341]
 Massachusetts Andover 250 intersection of Rte. 133 and Rte. 28 (Shawsheen Square)[349]
Barnstable County Courthouse and Unitarian Universalist Church (Main St/Rte 6A)[350]
Belchertown 250 Belchertown Common[351]
Boston 5,000 - 15,000 -i---i- (43133104612).jpg City Hall Plaza - Boston Common. Speakers included US Rep. Joe Kennedy III and US Senators Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey. Police Commissioner William B. Evans estimated about 5,000 demonstrators participated, even though organizers said the crowd exceeded 15,000[352]
Brewster 200[353] First Parish Unitarian Universalist Church[350]
Bridgewater 25 Bridgewater Town Common; event organized by The Bridgewater Citizens of Civility and Respect (BCCR)[354]
Chatham 75[355] sidewalk in front of Town Hall[350][356]
Dennis[357] 165 Town Hall / Rte 134 & Bob Crowell Rd[358]
Eastham[357] 15+ Windmill Green[359]
Easthampton 100[20] Nashawannuck Pond[360] / Millside Park [361]
Falmouth hundreds[362] Falmouth Village Green - Peg Noonan Park. organized by Cape Cod DSA (Democratic Socialists of America)[363]
Framingham 200 - 300 Framingham Memorial Building[364]
Granville 32[365] Granville Town Green[366]
Great Barrington 500 corner of Main Street and State Road in front of the "GB" shrubbery[367]
Greenfield 500[368] Impassioned speaker (28243665677).jpg Greenfield Town Common[369]
Harwich ~50 western sidewalk of Rte 137, across from Rte. 6 Exit 11[370]
Haverhill ~44 White's Corner, in front of Market Basket Plaza[371]
Hyannis[357] 50+[372][373] intersection Rt 132/Rt 28 in Hyannis at Airport Rotary[359]
Lunenburg 250-300 outside Lunenburg Town Hall[374]
Mansfield 130+[375] North Common[376]
Martha's Vineyard 300+ Five Corners, Vineyard Haven[377]
Mashpee 20[372] Mashpee Rotary[350]
Milford dozen+ Milford Town Hall[364]
Nantucket event planned at Children's Beach, 65 Harbor View Way[378]
Natick 300+ Natick Common[379]
New Bedford 400+[380] Bethel AME Church[381]
Newburyport 200 Market Square[382]
Newton ~100 (Monday, July 2) At an outside prayer vigil, Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller addressed those gathered at Newton City Hall.[383]
North Dartmouth 150 Bristol County House of Corrections[384]
Northborough 150 Ellsworth-McAfee Park[385]
Orleans dozens[386] Orleans/Eastham MA rotary[350]
Peabody event planned at Temple Tiferet Shalom[387]
Pittsfield hundreds Park Square[388]
Provincetown[357] 300 Provincetown Town Hall[389]
Sandwich The Sandwich Democratic Town Committee had a booth at SandwichFest, with volunteers distributing literature on Families Belong Together.[390]
South Hadley vigil planned outside Center Church[391]
Springfield 1,000[351] Court Square[392]
Truro[357] 100 Rte 6 & Shore Rd[393] / Truro town green[389]
Wellfleet[357] 450 Town Hall Lawn[389]
Westborough Westborough Rotary[385]
Williamstown 36 event planned at Field Park on Main Street[394]
Worcester hundreds Worcester City Hall & Common[395]
 Michigan Adrian 150[396] Old Lenawee County Courthouse[397]
Ann Arbor 2,000 University of Michigan Diag[398]
Battle Creek[399] 330+ Two FBG rallies happened outside the Calhoun County Justice Center within the latter part of June. The first one, on June 20, attracted over 200 people;[400] the second one, on June 30, had over 130.[401]
Big Rapids dozens[402] Big Rapids Community Library[403] - intersection of Perry Avenue and South State Street[404]
Detroit 1,400 - 1,750 200-250 people gathered at Spirit of Detroit Plaza, where rally speakers included US Rep. Sander Levin (D-Royal Oak) and Democratic congressional candidate Fayrouz Saad;[405] afterwards, people marched around the Coleman A. Young Municipal Center and arrived at Philip A. Hart Plaza.[406] Meanwhile, between 1,200 and 1,500 more people gathered at Clark Park.[407]
Flint 200+[408] The Downtown Flat Lot (intersection of Saginaw and First Street)[409]
Fort Gratiot 150[410] Birchwood Mall[411]
Grand Rapids 600 Rosa Parks Circle[412]
Hart 30[413] Hart Commons[403]
Holland[399] 1,000 Centennial Park[414]
Houghton 90[415] Portage Lake Lift Bridge[403]
Iron Mountain 75 Iron Mountain City Hall[416]
Jackson 160[410] Rep. Tim Walberg's Office. The rally was met by 15 counter-protesters supporting Trump[417]
Kalamazoo hundreds[399] Bronson Park[418]
Lansing 1,000 Lansing Capital Building[419]
Ludington 150 Rotary Park[420]
Manistee 100 corner of U.S. 31 & River St[421]
Marquette 75[422] Marquette Post Office[403]
Muskegon[399] several hundred[423] Hackley Park[403]
Petoskey 200[424] Peoples Park: "Hole in the Ground" (corner of Mitchell Street and U.S. 31)[403]
Pontiac 250[425] Pontiac Public Library[403]
Port Huron 100+[426] Two Saturday rallies took place outside the ICE detention facility (St. Clair County Jail)[427] on June 23 & 30;[428] the second one had over 100 people.
Saginaw[396] dozen+ (Monday, July 2) New Covenant Christian Center Church[429]
Sault Ste. Marie 45+[430] the eagle statue near Superior Coffee
St. Joseph[399] 200[431] on the bluff in downtown St. Joseph[403]
Traverse City 350[432] Traverse City Courthouse[403]
Troy 75[433] Gateway Park
 Minnesota Albert Lea 100 Freeborn County Detention Center[434]
Brainerd 100 along Washington Street near Brainerd Historic Water Tower[435]
Detroit Lakes 100 Veteran's Memorial Park[436]
Duluth 400 MN Power Plaza / corner of Lake Ave & Superior St[437]
Grand Marais 100 - 125[438] Harbor Park
Grand Rapids 150 Central School, downtown Grand Rapids; event organized by Itasca County INDIVISIBLE of Minnesota[439]
Lanesboro 100+ baseball field at Sylvan Park & Riverview Campgrounds[440]
Mankato 400 Riverfront Park Outdoor Shelter[441]
Minneapolis 7,000[442] - 30,000[443] Free Our Future. Families Belong Together. Abolish ICE. March and Day of Action (42404687714).jpg Minneapolis Convention Center
Rochester hundreds Peace Plaza[444]
 Mississippi Bay St. Louis / Pass Christian dozens Bay Bridge[445]
Jackson 300+ Governor's Mansion[446]
Tupelo dozens[447] Fairpark[448]
 Missouri Cape Girardeau ~40 Freedom Corner at Capaha Park[449]
Columbia 400 Boone County Courthouse[450]
Kansas City 2,000 Penn Valley Park[451]
St. Joseph 120+ Francis Street First United Methodist Church[452]
St. Louis 1,000 Kiener Plaza East[453]
Springfield hundreds U.S. Senator Roy Blunt's office[454]
Troy few dozen[455][456] ICE Detention Center, Lincoln County Sheriff's Department. Highway 61 was briefly closed to make way for the rally.[457]
 Montana Billings 450[458] Yellowstone County Courthouse[459]
Bozeman[460] hundreds Bozeman Public Library[461]
Great Falls Civic Center Steps[462]
Helena 1,000*[463] Women's Park (*an earlier report estimated 350-400 people)[464]
Kalispell 100 Two rallies were scheduled at the sidewalk of Depot Park, on June 20 & 30;[465] the first one had 100 protesters.[466]
Libby[460]
Livingston dozen sidewalk at Depot Park[467]
Missoula[460] 700+ Two immigration rallies occurred in Missoula: on June 20, more than 400 people gathered outside Missoula County jail;[468] on June 30, a few hundred people marched from Caras Park to Missoula County Courthouse,[469] where marchers signed a petition urging GOP Sen. Steve Daines to push the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs to demand immediate family reunification.[470]
 Nebraska Alliance[471] 24[472] Box Butte County Courthouse[473]
Chadron 75 Downtown Plaza[471]
Lincoln 1,500[471] Nebraska State Capitol[474]
McCook[471] 10 Norris Park[475]
Omaha 500 Plaza de la Raza[471]
Scottsbluff 40 Sen. Deb Fischer's office[471][476]
 Nevada Boulder City 25[477] Veterans' Memorial Park - City Hall[478]
Carson City 80 Nevada State Capitol[479]
Las Vegas 500 - 600 U.S. Federal Courthouse[480]
Reno 1,200 Reno City Plaza - Bruce R. Thompson Courthouse & Federal Building[481]
 New Hampshire Concord 700[482] NH State House[329]
Conway Main Street[329]
Hanover 700 Dartmouth College Green[483]
Keene 20+ Central Square[484]
Littleton 46 Littleton Post Office (outside)[485]
Manchester 500 Manchester City Hall[486]
Nashua 300 Greeley Park, bandshell side[487]
Peterborough 50+ Peterborough Town Hall[488]
Portsmouth hundreds Market Square in front of the North Church[329][489]
Wilton 50[490] Wilton Public Library[491]
 New Jersey Asbury Park 300[46] Springwood Avenue Park[492]
Bedminster 200 - 400[46] While Donald Trump spent the weekend at his New Jersey golf club, several hundred people gathered along Route 206 just a few miles away[493]
Bridgeton dozens Cumberland County Courthouse[494]
Cape May several dozen[495][496] Washington Mall[497]
Clifton several hundred Clifton City Hall[498]
Edison ~40[499] Oak Tree Pond Park[497]
Englewood 100[498] Depot Square Park[497]
Flemington hundreds[500] Old Courthouse on Main St[497][501]
Glen Ridge 600+[502] Glen Ridge Congregational Church & St. Francis of Assisi Church[498]
Glen Rock 500+[503] steps of Glen Rock Borough Hall, Harding Plaza[497][504]
Jersey City 100+[505] (Tuesday evening, July 3) Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza[506]
Lambertville 200+ North Union Street Park[507]
Leonia 50 Leonia Middle School[508]
New Brunswick 500+ New Brunswick City Hall[46]
Newark 500[509] Newark City Hall. US Sens. Cory Booker and Bob Menendez, as well as first lady Tammy Murphy, spoke at the event.[498]
Princeton several hundred Hinds Plaza[510]
Red Bank hundreds Marine Park[497] - Riverside Garden Park[492]
Rutherford 50[511] Two rallies happened at Rutherford Congregational Church, on June 14[512] (50 people gathered, then marched to the Rutherford train station) and June 30[497]
Toms River 200[492] Ocean County Library
 New Mexico Alamogordo 75 Alameda Park gazebo, White Sands Boulevard[513]
Albuquerque thousands[514] Civic Plaza[515]
Carlsbad 100+ Eddy County Courthouse Lawn, Canal St[516]
Columbus 50 Columbus Village Plaza - post of entry / Mexico border of Puerto Palomas, Chihuahua[517]
Farmington 150+[46] Farmington Museum at Gateway Park. More than a dozen children led the crowd in the Pledge of Allegiance.[518]
Gallup 75+[519] Gallup Amtrak Train station, Rte 66 - Downtown Courthouse Plaza[520]
Roswell 60 in front of Federal Building & ICE office, North Richardson Ave.[521]
Santa Fe hundreds New Mexico State Capitol (The Roundhouse). 16 protesters were arrested.[522]
Silver City 50 - 100[523] Hub Plaza - Farmers Market via Bullard St[524]
Socorro 36 Socorro Historic Plaza[525]
Tierra Amarilla event planned at Historical Marker at north entrance to Tierra Amarilla[161]
Truth or Consequences Ralph Edwards Park[161][526]
 New York Albany 100+[46] West Capitol Park[527]
Bayside 180 Long Island Rail Road trestle, west side of Bell Boulevard[528]
Beacon 50+ Polhill Park[529]
Binghamton nearly 200 Federal Building on Henry Street[530]
Buffalo 2,500+ Niagara Square[531]
Canton 145 Canton Village Green - E.J. Noble Building[532]
Cobleskill 100 Veterans Park[533]
Cooperstown 200+ Pioneer Park on Main Street - Otsego County Courthouse[534]
Cortland 100[535] Cortland Post Office / Christ Community Church[536]
Dunkirk 50+ Washington Park[537]
East Quogue few hundred[538] East Quogue Park[539]
East Setauket hundreds corner of Bennetts road & Rt. 25A[540]
Elmira dozens Wisner Park[46]
Geneva hundreds New York State Finger Lakes Welcome Center[541]
Glens Falls 60+ Rep. Elise Stefanik's office / Centennial Circle - Glen Falls City Park[542]
Greenport hundreds Mitchell Park[543]
Huntington Station 800 - 1,000 Border policy protest at Huntington Station, NY (41305125640).jpg 49 West Jericho Tpke. Intersection[544]
Ithaca 500[46] Bernie Milton Pavilion, Ithaca Commons[164]
Jackson Heights 2,000 Jackson Heights post office - Our Lady of Sorrows, Corona[545]
Kingston hundreds Kingston City Hall[546]
Malone Arsenal Green[547]
New City around 400 Rockland County Courthouse[548]
New Paltz 100+ in front of Elting Memorial Library on Main Street[549]
New Rochelle event planned at New Rochelle United Methodist Church[550]
New York City 35,000+[16] Families Belong Together Protest (29249297258).jpg Foley Square - Brooklyn Bridge - ICE headquarters.[551] US Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, both considered contenders for the 2020 presidential election, were among the first political leaders to call for ICE to be abolished.[552] Political newcomer Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who had just upset incumbent Rep. Joe Crowley in the 2018 Democratic primary, spoke at a rally of 500 in Queens, demanding likewise.[553][17]
Oswego dozens corner of West Bridge & West First Streets[554]
Plattsburgh 240[555] Durkee Street public parking lot - City Hall Place - Trinity Park. Mayor Colin Read addressed the rally.[547]
Potsdam 100[556] First Presbyterian Church of Potsdam
Rhinebeck 250[46] Episcopal Church of the Messiah
Rochester 200 Washington Square Park[557]
Rockville Centre 200+ Front St. by Long Island Rail Road Station entrance[540]
Rouses Point 50+[558] U.S. Customs and Border Protection (Canada)[547]
Saranac Lake 210 Riverside Park[547][559]
Saratoga Springs hundreds Congress Park - Broadway[560]
Staten Island 100 Staten Island Borough Hall[561]
Syracuse 200 - 300 Perseverance Park - 205 S Salina St[562]
Warwick 250 Old School Baptist Meeting House - Stanley Deming Park[563]
Watertown event planned at Watertown Public Square[564]
West Leyden 10[565] corner of Rte 26 and Osceola Rd
Westbury 350 Post & Maple Avenues[540]
White Plains 800 Charles L. Brieant Jr. Federal Building and Courthouse[548]
Woodstock 200 (Sunday night vigil, July 1) McHenry County jail[566]
 North Carolina Asheville 1,000+ Haywood St[567]
Burlington 80 Burlington Municipal Building[568]
Chapel Hill hundreds Chapel Hill Court house[182]
Charlotte hundreds[569] First Ward Park[570]
Davidson 200+ Davidson Village Green[571]
Durham[570]
Franklin 200+ the gazebo in Downtown Franklin, across from the Courthouse[572]
Gastonia 27[573] Martin Luther King Monument, at the corner of Long Avenue and Dr. Martin Luther King Way. NC State senatorial candidate Altriese Price spoke at the rally.[574]
Greensboro 300+ Governmental Plaza - LeBauer Park[575]
Greenville 150 Pitt County Courthouse[576]
Hendersonville 400+ Hendersonville Historic Courthouse; actress Kelly McGillis spoke to the crowd[577]
Morganton ~30[578]
Newton 70 Old Newton Courthouse Lawn (Catawba County Museum of History)[579]
Ocracoke 12[580] Sunglass Shop at Spencer's Market - Ocracoke Lighthouse
Pittsboro several hundred Historic Courthouse, downtown Pittsboro[581]
Raleigh[570] 1,600+[582] Thousands gathered at City Plaza, then marched to Bicentennial Mall[583]
Salisbury dozens Brenner Ave - Kelsey Scott Park[584]
Southport 50+[585] Southport Waterfront Park[586]
Wilmington 150 - 400 Ennis Park at City Hall, between 3rd and 4th Streets[587]
Winston-Salem hundreds Merschel Plaza[588]
 North Dakota Antler post office (town population: 27)[589]
Fargo 200 lawn between Civic Center and Fargo Library[589]
Grand Forks[589] 130 - 150 parking garage behind the County Office Building - North 3rd St[590]
 Ohio Akron 200[591] (Thursday, June 14) corner of Main and Mill[592]
Ashland[593] 60 junction at Claremont Ave, College Ave, and King Rd.[594]
Athens 100 Ohio University College Green[595]
Bowling Green 250[596] BG Green Space (Wooster Green)[593]
Cincinnati 1,000[597] Washington Park[598]
Cleveland 3,000[599] Rally to end Family Separation Cleveland.jpg Public Square[593]
Columbus 2,000 Families Belong Together IMG 0294 (43117205171).jpg Ohio Statehouse[600]
Dayton 1,200[601] -familiesbelongtogether Dayton, Ohio (28242327677).jpg Courthouse Square-Montgomery Co[602]
Lima 50[603] (Thursday, June 14) gazebo at Lima Town Square[604]
Norwalk 20+ St. Paul Catholic Church - Huron County Courthouse[605]
Oberlin 200 SE Corner of Tappan Square[593]
Oxford 200 Memorial Park[593]
Toledo[593] 500+[606] Toledo's Love Wall[607]
Wilmington several hundred Clinton County Courthouse[608]
Wooster 250 (Sunday, June 24) Wooster's Public Square[609]
Youngstown 200[610] Central Square, Federal Plaza. One particular recent ICE raid on the minds of protesters took place in nearby Salem, where over 100 suspected undocumented immigrants had been arrested.[611][612]
 Oklahoma Oklahoma City hundreds Oklahoma State Capitol[613]
Tahlequah event planned at corner of Choctaw and Muskogee Ave.[614]
Tulsa 300[615] David L Moss Criminal Justice Center; several American Indians joined hundreds of people at this rally.[616]
 Oregon Albany hundreds Linn County Courthouse[617]
Astoria hundreds 16th and Marine Drive, river side[618]
Bend 300+[619] Wow! The -unitefamilies protest is on all 4 corners of Wall Newport -inBend (43119765291).jpg NW Greenwood Ave & NW Bond St (NE Corner) - Diagonal from US Rep Greg Walden's office[620]
Coos Bay hundreds Coos Bay Boardwalk[621]
Corvallis hundreds (Thursday, June 14) Benton County Courthouse[622]
The Dalles 240 Federal Post Office sidewalk[623]
Eugene thousands "No hate, no fear, immigrants are welcome here" (42212547785).jpg Federal Courthouse[624]
Grants Pass 300[625] Riverside Park - Josephine Court House[626]
Hillsboro 300+[20] Hillsboro Civic Center[627][628]
Madras 20[619] corner of Hwy 97 and Hwy 26 across from Sonic
McMinnville 200+[629] (Saturday, June 14) McMinnville parking lot, upper level (NE Davis St)[630] - McMinnville Public Library[631]
Medford hundreds Vogel Plaza[632]
Portland 5,000[633] North Park Blocks.[634] US Sen Ron Wyden spoke at the rally.[635] The crowd of thousands was mostly peaceful; meanwhile, two opposing protest groups, Patriot Prayer and Antifa (each numbering more than 100 members), clashed in downtown Portland, leading police to revoke Patriot Prayer's permit for rallying.[633]
Redmond 150[620] Centennial Park[619]
Roseburg[636] 250 Northwest Garden Valley Blvd[637]
Salem 500 Oregon State Capitol[636] State Rep. Teresa Alonso Leon spoke to the crowd.[46]
Sherwood 150 J. Clyde Hopkins Elementary School[638]
 Pennsylvania Beaver 100+[639] Beaver County Courthouse[640]
Bethlehem ~300 Bethlehem City Hall / Bethlehem Area Public Library[641]
Bridgeport 27 Sts. Peter and Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church[642]
Doylestown hundreds[643] Old Bucks County Courthouse[644]
Harrisburg 325+ Susquehanna River. The rally was initially to be held on the Capitol steps, but was moved after organizers learned of a counter-protest at the same location (which drew fewer than a dozen people).[645][646]
Horsham hundreds[647] Carl Kohler Park[648]
Indiana 160+ IRMC Park - courthouse[649]
Johnstown event planned outside congressman Keith Rothfus' office[640]
Kennett Square event planned in front of Kendal at Longwood Retirement Community[640]
Lancaster ~200 Lancaster County Courthouse[650]
Milford event planned at Harford & Broad Street[640]
Norristown 300+[651] Montgomery County Courthouse[640]
Philadelphia 3,000[652] DSC 0036 (43064981642).jpg Logan Square[653][654]
Pittsburgh 2,000[655] Mellon Square[656]
Scranton 200+[657] Lackawanna County Courthouse Square[640][658]
Sharon 100+[610] outside of Rep. Mike Kelly's office[610]
State College 700 Allen Street Gates[659]
Swarthmore hundreds Swarthmore Town Center[660]
West Chester 600[661][662] A large crowd stood outside the Chester County Courthouse; Mayor Dianne Herrin spoke at the rally. Three counter-protesters with signs stood across the street.[663]
Wilkes-Barre 50 - 100[664] Public Square[665]
York 100+[46] Continental Square[666]
 Rhode Island Cranston 400[667] US Customs and Border Protection building[668]
Providence 200 - 300[669] Rhode Island State House[668]
 South Carolina Bluffton 200 Bluffton Village Town Center[670]
Charleston 400[671] U.S. Custom House[396]
Columbia hundreds South Carolina State House[672]
Darlington event planned in Darlington City Square (Courthouse)[673]
Greenville ~250[46] Graham Plaza
Myrtle Beach 200+ Market Common / Valor Memorial Park[674]
Rock Hill almost 100 Senator Lindsey Graham's Rock Hill Office[675]
 South Dakota Aberdeen[676] 70[677] Anderson Park
Rapid City[676] 200+ corner of Omaha & 5th Streets at Memorial Park[678]
Sioux Falls hundreds Fawick Park[676]
Vermillion[676]
 Tennessee Chattanooga 175+ On Friday, June 22, over 100 people met at Chattanooga Public Library[679] to make signs, then marched to Miller Plaza for a vigil;[680] later in the evening, a group of protesters held neon blue letters spelling out "ABOLISH ICE."[681] On June 30, another rally was held at Renaissance Park/Coolidge Park.[228][682]
Cookeville Cookeville Town Square[683]
Greeneville 95 Greene County Courthouse[684]
Jackson 100 Madison County Courthouse.[685] U.S. congressional candidate John Boatner Jr. spoke at the rally.[686]
Johnson City 300[687] Founders Park[688]
Knoxville 250 City County Building. Earlier in the week, a similar rally drew more than 500 protesters to the same location[689]
Memphis 500[690] Gaisman Park[691]
Murfreesboro 50+ Rep. Scott DesJarlais' office[692]
Nashville 1,000+[693] Fannie Mae Dees Park[683] - Belmont University[692]
Smyrna Downtown Smyrna[683]
 Texas Abilene 200+ Everman Park[694]
Alpine 150 Brewster County Courthouse lawn[695]
Amarillo several dozen Sanborn Park[696]
Austin 8,000[697] Texas State Capitol[698]
Brenham 100 Washington County Courthouse[699]
Brownsville 1,000+ Brownsville Federal Courthouse[700]
Bryan 250+ corner of Briarcrest Dr & Texas 6 just outside US Rep. Bill Flores' Office[701]
Corpus Christi 100+ Cole Park[702]
Dallas 2,500 Dallas City Hall. 80 protesters rallied outside the ICE building off Stemmons Freeway; 5 were arrested for blocking the highway service road.[703]
Deer Park dozens Deer Park Municipal Court Building - Rep Brian Babin's office[704]
Denton hundreds Denton County Courthouse on The Square; the event featured eight speakers including educators, faith leaders and representatives from the Democratic Party. The Stonewall Democrats, Indivisible Denton, voter registration groups and the Opening Doors International Services tabled at the event.[705]
El Paso 1,500 Edgemere Park - ICE's El Paso Processing Center. Protesters shut down part of the international bridge for about an hour, reducing all traffic to one lane at the exit while smaller group from both countries blocked half the bridge at the border, their message heard in two countries.[706]
Fort Worth hundreds Tarrant County Court House / The Federal Building[707]
Galveston 50 (Saturday, June 14) 4700 Seawall Blvd.[708]
Granbury 70 Hood County Courthouse[709]
Houston several thousand[710] With self-made posters in hand, thousands marched a few blocks from Houston City Hall to Senator Ted Cruz's office.[698][711]
Kerrville 200 Kerrville City Hall sidewalk[712]
Longview hundreds Heritage Plaza[713]
Lubbock 100+ Tim Cole Statue Memorial Park[714]
Lufkin dozens Angelina County Courthouse[715]
McAllen several dozen U.S. Border Patrol McAllen Station[716]
McKinney 400 Mitchell Park, near the Square[717]
Midland 100 Midkiff Drive, near the Midland Park Mall[718]
Nacogdoches 100 Banita Creek Park - Nacogdoches County Courthouse[719]
Paris 150 Culbertson Fountain in downtown Paris[720]
San Antonio several hundred San Fernando Cathedral / Main Plaza. Earlier in the day, a smaller group of about 50 people held a rally on the other side of the issue ("America First" event) in Travis Park.[721]
Sherman 40+ Grayson County Courthouse Lawn[722]
Tornillo hundreds Marcelino Serna Port of Entry. Former HUD Secretary Julian Castro, civil rights leader Dolores Huerta & actors Rob Reiner & Mira Sorvino addressed the crowd[723]
Waco 200+ Heritage Square[724]
Wichita Falls 50[725] A candlelight vigil was held at Lucy Park Pavilion.[726]
 Utah Kanab dozen+[727] Jacob Hamblin Park
Logan 200 Cache County Courthouse[728]
Moab 150 Moab Information Center[729]
Provo 100 Provo Historic Courthouse[730]
Salt Lake City 2,500[731] - 4,000 Utah State Capitol. US Senator Jeff Merkley (D-OR) spoke at the rally.[732]
St. George 100+ Town Square Park[733]
 Vermont Barre 100 Studio Place Arts (SPA) - Depot Square[734]
Bennington 100+ Four Corners (intersection of Rtes 7 & 9)[735]
Brattleboro[329] 500+ Brattleboro Common[736]
Burlington 2,000 - 3,000[737] Church St - Battery Park[329]
Essex Junction nearly 200 The Five Corners[738]
Manchester Center 200 Adams Park[735]
Rutland 130[734] Main Street Park[329]
Windsor 12 Old South Church (candlelight vigil)[739]
 Virginia Alexandria 300 The Kingstowne Communion (United Methodist church) held an Alexandria Vigil for Immigrant Families at 8pm, with white candles and prayer booklets, at Kingstowne Towne Center.[740]
Big Stone Gap 60[741] Miner's Park[742]
Bristol 135 Bristol Sign[743]
Charlottesville hundreds Albemarle County Office Building[744]
Fredericksburg event planned at corner of Rt 3 and Williams Street[745]
Harrisonburg 300 Court Square[746]
Lynchburg 100 First Christian Church, Rivermont Ave[747]
Newport News 40 - 50 in front of Rouse Tower[748]
Norfolk hundreds Several dozen protesters stood on the steps of the office building of US Customs and Border Patrol.[749]
Onancock 60 Market Street (town population under 1,300)[750]
Richmond thousands Bell Tower at Capitol Square.[751] U.S. Senator Tim Kaine & Rep. Donald McEachin attended the rally.[752]
Roanoke 135[753] Roanoke Public Library; event hosted by Roanoke Indivisible. Activities included an indoor panel, several outside lie-in protest periods (100 mylar blankets provided) and a children's parade with Statue of Liberty crowns.[754][755]
Staunton 70+[756] Nearly 40 people gathered at one rally at Gypsy Hill Park, then marched to Augusta County Courthouse to merge with a second rally (more than 30 people).[757]
Virginia Beach 200 - 300[758] Mount Trashmore Park[759][760]
Williamsburg 200 Williamsburg-James City County Courthouse[761]
 Washington Anacortes 200[762] People stood in the rain while occupying all corners of the intersection at 12th St. and Commercial Ave.[763]
Bainbridge Island 200 Town Square next to Bainbridge Island City Hall[764]
Bellingham 1,500 - 2,000 Bellingham City Hall[765]
Bonney Lake event planned at 18211 State Route 410 E[766]
Bothell ~400[20] 2018-06-30 Bothell, WA - Families Belong Together demo 11.jpg intersection of Bothell Way NE and Woodinville Drive[767]
Bremerton 300+ Evergreen Rotary Park[765]
Coupeville 270 Island County Courthouse[768]
Eastsound 100+ Eastsound Village Green[769]
Edmonds almost 600 intersection of 100th Ave W and Edmonds Way[770]
Ellensburg 300+ Rotary Pavilion, 104 East 4th Avenue[771]
Everett 800 Snohomish County Courthouse Plaza and Amphitheater[772]
Friday Harbor 60+[773] San Juan county district court lawn[767]
Kennewick 50+ Highway 395[774]
Langley 200+ Highway 525 near Bayview Park & Ride[775]
Longview 150 corner of 30th and Ocean Beach Hwy[776]
Mount Vernon 200 Skagit County courthouse. Unlike most everywhere else, this rally had rain and cloudy skies to march through.[777]
Olympia 3,000 Capitol Campus, Legislative Steps[778]
Port Angeles 675+ Port Angeles Border Patrol Station. This was Port Angeles' largest political rally in recent memory (400 were expected).[779]
Pullman 300 High Sctreet Mall - Reaney Park[780]
Richland 200 John Dam Plaza[781]
SeaTac 10,000 SeaTac Detention Center[778]
Spokane 1,000 Grant Park[782]
Tacoma 400 Wright Park / People's Park[783]
Vancouver 500+ 750 Anderson - Esther Short Park, Bell Tower Community Square[784]
Walla Walla 350 First Congregational Church[785]
Wenatchee several hundred Memorial Park[786]
Yakima dozens US Rep Dan Newhouse's District Office[787]
 West Virginia Parkersburg 100 Bicentennial Park - US Rep David McKinley's office[788]
Wheeling 100+[789] Market Plaza[790]
 Wisconsin Appleton 200 Houdini Plaza[791]
Eau Claire 500 - 600 Eau Claire Wilson Park[792]
Green Bay 700 Green Bay CityDeck & Fox River[791]
Kenosha 90+ Navy Memorial Park / Civic Center Park.[793] A second rally was held Monday evening, July 2[794]
La Crosse 450 City Hall - Burns Park[795]
Madison 600 - 800 Wisconsin State Capitol, State St Entrance[796]
Menomonie nearly 300 Clocktower Plaza, UW-Stout - Wilson Park[797]
Milwaukee thousands 517 E. Wisconsin Ave[798]
Mineral Point 14 Watertower Park - Esperanza[799]
Minocqua 175[800] Municipal parking lot between Minocqua Veteran's Park & post office[801]
Oshkosh 100 Main Street Sundial[791]
Sheboygan 50 Paradigm Coffee & Music shop[802]
Shorewood 100 Shorewood Village Hall Parking Lot to Atwater Park[796]
Stevens Point 180 march down Division St[791]
Sturgeon Bay 130 Sawyer Park[803]
Viroqua 75 A rally was held in front of the Viroqua Area Veterans Memorial[804]
Waukesha 40+[805] Waukesha County Sheriff's Office;[806] event hosted by Voces de la Frontera[807]
Wausau 100 400 Block[791]
Wisconsin Rapids 16 Centralia Center parking lot - West Grand Avenue bridge - corner of West Jackson St and Second Ave North[808]
 Wyoming Casper 70 Pioneer Park[809]
Cheyenne 100 Cheyenne ICE office[810]
Jackson 200 Town Square[811]
Laramie hundreds Laramie held its second ever PrideFest, the central part being the Pride March, on Front Street. In addition to LGBTQ issues, the March and its speakers devoted much of their time addressing what 700+ cities across the nation were rallying against.[812]

International[edit]

Country Cities Estimated participants Photo Locations/Notes
 Austria Vienna 25 Gartenbaupromenade 2[813]
 Canada Calgary dozens U.S. Consulate[814][815]
Edmonton 100+ End of Steel Park[816]
Halifax[815] dozens[817]
Lethbridge[815][814] several dozen
Ottawa hundreds Human Rights Monument - US Embassy[818]
Toronto few hundred Canadians Protest U.S. Family Separations (47796793261).jpg US Consolate[819][820]
Vancouver 100+[821] US Consolate - Trump Tower in Downtown Vancouver[815]
Winnipeg two dozen+ US Consolate[822]
 Denmark Copenhagen 75[823] Dag Hammarskjölds Allé 17[824]
 France Paris[825] Place de la Republique[826]
 Germany Hamburg 45[827] U.S. Consulate[828]
Munich 100[829] U.S. Consulate[825][830]
 Italy Rome 52 corner of Via Veneto and Via Leonida Bissolati across from the American Embassy[831]
 Japan Tokyo hundreds[832] Hachiko Square, Shibuya Station; event hosted by Democrats Abroad[825]
 Mexico Mexico City thousands ProtestaEmbajadaAmericanaFamiliasUnidasNoDivididas ohs03.jpg U.S. Embassy[833][834]
   Nepal Kathmandu 25[823]
 Netherlands Amsterdam[823] 500+ iAmsterdam sign across the Rijksmuseum[835]
 Spain Barcelona 27[823] Plaça de Catalunya[836]
Madrid (June 19) US Embassy[837] / (June 30) Puerta del Sol[838]
Valencia 24 Plaza del Ayuntamiento[839]
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