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Families Belong Together

Families Belong Together are a series of protests against Trump administration family separation policy which culminated in a key note event on June 30, 2018 in Washington, D.C., New York City, and 700 other cities and towns in the United States.[1][2]

Families Belong Together
Part of Protests against Trump administration family separation policy and protests against Donald Trump
Rally to end Family Separation Cleveland.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
Rally in San Francisco
A protester compares child detention by the government to the Nazi concentration camps
Counter-protester with "Gays for Trump" and "Impeach Nazi Democrats" signs confronted by a protester in Hollywood, Florida

ParticipantsEdit

Many of those protesting had participated in previous anti-Trump protests and actions, others were new to immigration activism with parents who felt called into action based on the reported stories of separations.[3] Some protesters compared the detainment of children by the U.S. government to the Nazi concentration camps.[4][5]

Celebrity supportEdit

Counter-protestsEdit

At some of the locations there were counter protesters, resulting in at least one arrest. A counter-protestor was arrested at Huntsville, Alabama after displaying a gun, and reportedly stating "I will shoot everyone here."[11] In Phoenix, Arizona, about 25 counter-protestors 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.[12]

LocationsEdit

Washington, D.C.Edit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Washington, D.C. Lafayette Square 30,000 - 50,000 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. [13]

AlabamaEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Auburn Toomer's Corner 100 [14]
Birmingham Kelly Ingram Park 2,000 [15]
[16]
Huntsville Big Spring Park 100 Right wing heckler arrested for brandishing a gun at the crowd of protesters. [17]
[18]
[19]
[20]
Mobile Public Safety Memorial Park dozens [21]
Montgomery Capitol Sidewalk, Dexter Ave hundreds [22]

AlaskaEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Anchorage Delaney Park Strip hundreds [23]
[24]
Juneau Capital Park 400 [25]

ArizonaEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Kingman Trinity Episcopal Church - Locomotive Park nearly 60 [26]
Nogales 1904 Courthouse / DeConcini Port of Entry 200 [27]
[28]
Phoenix Arizona State Capitol 800   30 minutes after the large rally ended, 25 members of Patriot Movement AZ staged a small counter-protest at the Capitol [12]
[27]
Tucson Armory Park -Tucson District Court (405 W Congress St) 1,200 [27]

ArkansasEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Fayetteville Fayetteville Town Center almost 1,000 [29]
[30]
Fort Smith 74th Street (sidewalk in front of the post office) 90 [29]
[31]
Hot Springs Bathhouse Row, Hot Springs National Park 180 [32]
Little Rock King Elementary School - Arkansas State Capitol (stopping at overpasses) 400 - 500 [29]
[33]

CaliforniaEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Alameda Intersection of Park Street & Santa Clara Avenue 300+ [34]
[35]
Angels Camp Utica Park 100+ [36]
Bakersfield ICE Office, 800 Truxtun Ave - Kern County Liberty Bell 1,000 - 1,500 [37]
Berkeley Old City Hall 1,500 [34]
[38]
Burbank Burbank City Hall 1,000 [39]
Calexico Imperial Regional Detention Facility [40]
Carlsbad Cannon Park nearly 1,000 [41]
[42]
[43]
Chico Downtown City Plaza 400 [44]
Claremont Clarmeont Memorial Park hundreds [45]
Concord Todos Santos Plaza hundreds [34]
Dublin Dublin City Hall Amphitheater 400 [34]
[46]
El Cajon Main Street - City Hall 100+ [47]
Eureka march down Third Street 3,000 [48]
Fort Bragg Fort Bragg Town Hall - Bainbridge Park 200-300 [49]
Fremont Veterans Park at Fremont Superior Court House ~300 American sociologist & civil rights activist Harry Edwards spoke [34][50]
Fresno Blackstone & Nees 1,000 [51]
Healdsburg Healdsburg Avenue and Matheson Street 200 [34]
[52]
Irvine Portola High School to the James A. Musick Facility 3,000 - 4,000 [53]
Laguna Beach Main Beach 500 [53]
[54]
Livermore 350 [34]
[46]
Long Beach Cesar Chavez Park - Glenn Anderson Federal Building 1,300 [55]
Los Angeles Los Angeles City Hall 70,000+ [56]
[57]
Malibu Pacific Coast Hwy. & Webb Way 250 [58]
[59]
Merced Courthouse Park 100+ [60]
Modesto Five Points at McHenry Ave, down J Street to Tenth Street Place 800 [61]
Monterey Window on the Bay 750 [62]
[63]
Moreno Valley [58]
Morgan Hill Morgan Hill Community and Cultural Center - ICE office 200+ [34]
[64]
Mountain View Gateway Park on Corner of El Camino & Castro [34]
National City [58]
Oakland Lakeside Park, near play structure near Staten & Bellevue / Lake Merritt 800 - 1,000 [34]
Oxnard Collection Riverpark Shopping Center hundreds [28]
Palm Springs Francis Stevens Park 1,000 [58]
[65]
[66]
Palo Alto [34]
Pasadena Pasadena City College 300 [67]
Petaluma Petaluma Mail Depot, parking lot (4th & C streets) [34]
Pittsburg [34]
Pleasanton Lion Wayside Park 600 [34]
[68]
[46]
Ramona 10th and Main streets [58]
Redding Redding City Hall; march down Cypress Ave 350 [69]
Redondo Beach Hawthorne Blvd & Artesia Blvd, SW Corner 350 [70]
Redwood City Redwood City Courthouse Square 3,000 [34]
[71]
Richmond Immigrant detention facility 1,000 [10]
Riverside the Galleria at Tyler 1,200 [58]
[72]
Sacramento U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Field Office 4,000 [73]
San Bernardino Outside the office of Homeland Security 450 [74]
San Diego Waterfront Park 2,500 - 4,000 [42]
[75]
San Francisco Dolores Park to City Hall 30,000   Drivers stepped out of their cars on Octavia Street to watch (and cheer) more than 1,000 protesters pass by on Market Street [10]
[76]
San Jose San Jose City Hall 1,000 [77]
San Leandro [34]
San Luis Obispo SLO County Superior Courthouse 1,500+ [78]
Santa Barbara De La Guerra Plaza 2,000 [79]
Santa Clarita corner of McBean Pkwy & Valencia Blvd - City Hall hundreds [80]
Santa Cruz Santa Cruz City Hall 8,000 [81]
Santa Maria ICE facility, West Century St 450 [82]
Santa Rosa Courthouse Square 3,000 [83]
Sebastopol Sebastopol Plaza, Weeks Way 70 - 80 [34]
[83]
Solvang Solvang Park 150 [84]
Sonoma Sonoma Plaza, 453 1st St E hundreds [34]
[85]
Stockton Martin Luther King Jr. Plaza several hundred [86]
Temecula Temecula Duck Pond 300+ [58]
[43]
Vacaville Vacaville Town Square 285 [87]
Vallejo Unity Plaza 200 [34]
[88]
Ventura Ventura County Government Center 750 [28]
Visalia intersection of West Walnut Ave. and South Mooney Blvd. 200+ [89]
West Hollywood West Hollywood Park 200 [90]

ColoradoEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Boulder Unitarian Universalist Church 700 [91]
Colorado Springs Colorado Springs City Hall 400 [92]
Denver Civic Center Park 4,000 [93]
[94]
Durango Buckley Park 350 [95]
Glenwood Springs Sayre Park - Centennial Park hundreds [96]
Grand Junction Mesa County Old Courthouse 200 [97]
[98]

ConnecticutEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Deep River Deep River Town Hall 200 [99]
East Haddam Two Wrasslin' Cats 75 - 100 [99]
Greenwich Greenwich Town Hall 400 [100]
Litchfield Litchfield Town Green 100s [101]
Middletown Union Green 250 [99]
New London Williams Park [102]
Stamford Stamford Government Center hundreds [103]
Stratford Stratford Town Hall (Town Green) 100+ [104]
West Hartford West Hartford Center (North Main & South Main Streets & Farmington Ave) 200 On Monday, July 2, a rally of 400 people protested at the local ICE office in Hartford; 35 were arrested for blocking the entrance [99]
[105]
[106]

DelawareEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Dover Legislative Mall 100 [107]
[108]
Milltown St. Barnabas Episocopal Church [107]
Wilmington Cool Spring Park - Carvel State Office Building hundreds [107]

FloridaEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Boca Raton Sanborn Square 250 [109]
Crawfordville Wakulla County ICE Detention Center 30 [110]
Dade City Historic Downtown Courthouse [111]
Daytona Beach corner of International Speedway Blvd and Beach Street 200 [112]
DeLand DeLand City Hall [112]
Fort Myers Old Lee County Courthouse 500 [28]
[113]
Gainesville Gainesville City Hall - Depot Park 500+ [114]
Gulfport Gulfport Casino (corner of Beach Drive and Shore Blvd) 500 Pouring rain didn't stop protesters in Gulfport from making their voices heard [111]
[115]
[116]
Hollywood Diplomat Hotel hundreds

 

[109]
[117]
Jacksonville Jacksonville ICE office 200+ This rally was held on Friday, June 29 [118]
Jensen Beach Treasure Coast Mall Entrance; corner of U.S. 1 && Jensen Beach Blvd 200+ [119]
Lakeland Frances Langford Promenade, at Lake Mirror 100+ [120]
Miami Miami-Dade College to Freedom Tower on Biscayne Boulevard and back hundreds

 

[109]
[121]
Naples Collier County Jail 300 - 500 [122]
Orlando City Hall - Orlando ICE office hundreds [123]
[124]
Pensacola City Hall hundreds [125]
Sarasota Five Points Park 600 - 1,000 [126]
Sebastian Riverview Park 150+ [119]
Spring Hill Spring Hill Waterfall 50 [111]
Tallahassee Florida Capitol Building hundreds [127]
Tampa Joe Chillura Courthouse Square 3,000 [111]
[115]
[116]
The Villages Lake Sumter Landing Town Square 1,000 [128]
West Palm Beach Southern Boulevard and South Flagler Drive to Mar-a-Lago 550 [109]

GeorgiaEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Athens The University of Georgia Arch [129]
Atlanta Atlanta City Detention Center around 4,000 [130]
[131]
Brunswick Brunswick City Hall [132]
Dalton Delray Farms Fresh Market 100 [133]
Lumpkin Stewart Detention Center [134]
Savannah Johnson Square – Savannah City Hall hundreds [135]
[136]

HawaiiEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Honolulu Hawaii State Capitol hundreds [137]
Kahului Pu'unene Avenue [137]

IdahoEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Boise Idaho State Capitol 5,000 [138]
Idaho Falls Bonneville County Courthouse lawn two dozen [139]
Meridian corner of Main St. & Franklin [140]
Pocatello Caldwell Park 300 [141]
Sandpoint Bonner County Courthouse 125 [142]

IllinoisEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Arlington Heights Village Hall - North School Park 700+ [143]
[144]
Champaign Champaign Public Library - intersection of Green and Neil Sts 500 [145]
Chicago Daley Plaza ~60,000 A Chicago Fire Department truck sprayed a fine mist onto the crowd during the march route to keep them cool [146]
Downers Grove Veteran's Memorial Pavilion at Fishel Park 500 [147]
Elgin Along Kimball Avenue 150   [144]
Frankfort Breidert Green hundreds [148]
Glenview Glenview Veteran's Memorial 150 [149]
Highland Park Port Clinton Square [150]
[144]
Joliet Chicago St. Plaza hundreds [151]
Macomb Washington Park 100 [152]
Ottawa Jordan Block 150+ [153]
Peoria Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse 125 [154]
Rockford Rockford City Hall 600+ [155]
Springfield Old State Capitol hundreds [144]
[156]

IndianaEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Bloomington Monroe County Courthouse 200+ [157]
Evansville Winfield K. Denton Federal Building (public sidewalk) 200+ [28]
[158]
Goshen Elkhart County Courthouse lawn 600+ [159]
Hammond U.S. District Courthouse, corner of Clinton St & Hohman Ave 300 [160]
Indianapolis US Court/Federal Building & Indiana State House 1,000 [161]
South Bend Marycrest Building hundreds [162]
Terre Haute VIgo County Courthouse 150+ [163]

IowaEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Cedar Rapids Sokol Park [164]
Davenport Vander Veer Park 600 [165]
Des Moines Iowa State Capitol 750 [166]
[167]
[168]
Iowa City U of Iowa Pentacrest - College Green Park and downtown Iowa City 600+ [168]
[169]
Marshalltown Marshall County Courthouse (Southside lawn) 125 [170]
Mason City Central Park two dozen [171]
Okoboji Highway 71 causeway area between Arnolds Park and Okoboji 75+ [172]
[173]
Sioux City Long Lines Family Red Center 270 [174]

KansasEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Dodge City Dodge City Medical Center Parking Lot 100 [175]
Lawrence South Park 700 [176]
Topeka Topeka State Capitol On Monday, July 2, Kansas Interfaith Action held a vigil on immigration and separated families at the Capitol [177]
Wichita City Hall hundreds [178]

KentuckyEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Bowling Green outside US Senator Rand Paul's State Street office 200+ [179]
Hopkinsville Grace Epsicopal Church rally on Monday night, July 2 [180]
Louisville Metro Hall - ICE offices on 7th Street hundreds Out of hundreds that protested at the rally, roughly 200 splintered off and marched a half-mile from Metro Hall to the ICE offices, and criticized Democratic Mayor Greg Fischer for not declaring Louisville a sanctuary city [28]
[181]
Madisonville Old Courthouse Steps [182]
Morehead Fountain Park (across from Wendy's on Main St.) dozens [183]

LouisianaEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Baton Rouge Baton Rouge border patrol [184]
Covington 200 [185]
Lafayette Parc Putnam - Federal Court hundreds [186]
Lake Charles Lock Park 75 - 100 [187]
New Orleans Congo Square - Jackson Square / Armstrong Park - Decatur Street 1,000+ [185]
[188]
[189]
St. Tammany Parish St. Tammany courthouse hundreds [190]
Shreveport Caddo Parish Courthouse 120 [191]

MaineEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Augusta State Street between Capitol Park and Maine State House 1,000 [192]
Bangor Cascade Park several hundred [192]
[193]
[194]
Brunswick Brunswick Town Mall 250 [192]
[194]
Farmington Farmington Post Office, Main Street 200 [192]
[195]
Lewiston–Auburn Longley Bridge (Auburn side) hundreds [196]
Portland Portland City Hall 2,000 The rally grew so large that police had to shut down part of Congress Street [192]
[194]
[197]
Vinalhaven Town Wharf 150+ [198]

MarylandEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Baltimore Patterson Park 1,500 [199]
Cumberland Downtown Cumberland Mall several dozen [200]

MassachusettsEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Andover Intersection of rt. 133 and rt. 28 (Shawsheen Square) 250 [201]
Boston City Hall Plaza - Boston Common 5,000 - 15,000 Police Commissioner William B. Evans estimated about 5,000 demonstrators participated, even though organizers said the crowd exceeded 15,000 [202]
Dennis Town Hall / Rte 134 & Bob Crowell Rd 165 [203]
Eastham Windmill Green 15+ [204]
Falmouth Falmouth Village Green - Peg Noonan Park 100 organized by Cape Cod DSA (Democratic Socialists of America) [205]
Framingham Framingham Memorial Building 200-300 [206]
Greenfield Greenfield Town Common 500 [207]
[208]
Harwich western sidewalk of Rte 137, across from Rte. 6 Exit 11 ~50 [209]
Hyannis Intersection Rt 132/Rt 28 in Hyannis at Airport Rotary 16+ [204]
Mansfield North Common 130+ [210]
[211]
Martha's Vineyard Five Corners, Vineyard Haven 300+ [212]
Milford Milford Town Hall over a dozen [206]
New Bedford Bethel AME Church 400+ [213]
[214]
Newburyport Market Square 200 [215]
Newton Newton City Hall At an outside prayer vigil on Monday, July 2, Newton Mayor Ruthanne Fuller addressed those gathered [216]
Northborough Ellsworth-McAfee Park 150 [217]
Pittsfield Park Square hundreds [218]
Provincetown Provincetown Town Hall 300 [219]
[220]
[221]
Springfield Court Square 1,000 [222]
Truro Rte 6 & Shore Rd / Truro town green 100 [219]
[220]
[221]
Wellfleet Town Hall Lawn 450 [219]
[220]
[221]
Westborough Westborough Rotary [217]
Worcester City Hall & Common [223]

MichiganEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Adrian Old Lenawee County Courthouse nearly 100 [224]
Ann Arbor University of Michigan Diag 2,000 [225]
Battle Creek Calhoun County Justice Center [226]
Detroit Hart Plaza / Clark Park 250 [227]
Flint The Downtown Flat Lot hundreds [228]
Fort Gratiot Birchwood Mall [229]
Grand Rapids Rosa Parks Circle 600 [230]
Holland Centennial Park 1,000 [231]
[226]
Iron Mountain Iron Mountain City Hall 75 [232]
Jackson Rep. Tim Walberg's Office 160 The rally was met by 15 counter-protesters supporting Trump [233]
Kalamazoo Bronson Park hundreds [234]
[226]
Lansing Lansing Capital Building 1,000 [235]
Ludington Rotary Park 150 [236]
Manistee corner of U.S. 31 & River St 100 [237]
Muskegon Bronson Park [226]
Petoskey corner of Mitchell Street and U.S. 31 200 [238]
Pontiac Pontiac Public Library 250 [239]
St. Joseph on the bluff in downtown St. Joseph [226]

MinnesotaEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Albert Lea Freeborn County Detention Center 100 [240]
Brainerd along Washington Street near Brainerd Historic Water Tower 100 [241]
Detroit Lakes Veteran's Memorial Park 100 [242]
Duluth MN Power Plaza / corner of Lake Ave & Superior St 400 [243]
Mankato Riverfront Park Outdoor Shelter 400 [244]
Minneapolis Minneapolis Convention Center 7,000 - 10,000 [245]
[246]
Rochester Peace Plaza hundreds [247]

MississippiEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Bay St. Louis / Pass Christian Bay Bridge dozens [248]
Jackson Governor's Mansion 300+ [249]
Tupelo Fairpark dozens [250]
[251]

MissouriEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Cape Girardeau Freedom Corner at Capaha Park [252]
Columbia Boone County Courthouse 400 [253]
Kansas City Penn Valley Park 2000 [254]
St. Louis Kiener Plaza East 1,000 [255]
Springfield U.S. Senator Roy Blunt's office hundreds [256]
Troy ICE Detention Center, Lincoln County Sheriff's Department Highway 61 was briefly closed to make way for the rally [257]

MontanaEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Billings Yellowstone County Courthouse 450 [258]
[259]
[260]
Bozeman Bozeman Public Library hundreds [260]
[261]
Great Falls Civic Center Steps [262]
Helena Women's Park 1,000* (*an earlier report estimated 350-400 people) [263]
[264]
Livingston sidewalk at Depot Park [265]
Missoula County Courthouse few hundred [260]
[266]

NebraskaEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Alliance Box Butte County Courthouse [267]
[268]
Chadron Downtown Plaza 75 [267]
Lincoln Nebraska State Capitol 1,500 [269]
[267]
McCook Norris Park [267]
Omaha Plaza de la Raza 500 [267]
Scottsbluff Sen. Deb Fischer's Office 40 [267]
[270]

NevadaEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Carson City Nevada State Capitol 80 [271]
Las Vegas U.S. Federal Courthouse 500 - 600 [272]
Reno Reno City Plaza - Bruce R. Thompson Courthouse & Federal Building 1,200 [273]

New HampshireEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Concord NH State House 700 [274]
[194]
Conway Main Street [194]
Hanover Dartmouth College Green 700 [275]
Keene Central Square [276]
Manchester Manchester City Hall 500 [277]
Portsmouth Market Square in front of the North Church hundreds [194]
[278]

New JerseyEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Asbury Park Springwood Avenue Park 300 [28]
[279]
Bedminster Trump National Golf Club 200 - 400 While the president spent the weekend at his golf club, several hundred people gathered along Route 206 just a few miles away [28]
[280]
Bridgeton Cumberland County Courthouse dozens [281]
Clifton Clifton City Hall several hundred [282]
Englewood Depot Square 100 [282]
Glen Ridge Glen Ridge Congregational Church & St. Francis of Assisi Church 600+ [282]
[283]
Jersey City Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza The rally was held Tuesday evening, July 3 [284]
Lambertville North Union Street Park 200+ [285]
New Brunswick New Brunswick City Hall 500+ [28]
Newark Newark City Hall 500 [282]
[286]
Princeton Hinds Plaza several hundred [287]
Red Bank Riverside Garden Park hundreds [279]
Toms River 200 [279]

New MexicoEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Albuquerque Civic Plaza thousands [288]
[289]
Carlsbad Eddy County Courthouse Lawn, Canal St 100+ [290]
Farmington Farmington Museum at Gateway Park 150+ more than a dozen children led the crowd in the Pledge of Allegiance [28]
[291]
Roswell in front of Federal Building & ICE office, North Richardson Ave. 60 [292]
Santa Fe The New Mexico State Capitol (The Roundhouse) hundreds 16 protesters were arrested [293]
Silver City NW Corner of Bullard and 6th Street [294]

New YorkEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Albany West Capitol Park 100+ [295]
Buffalo Niagara Square 2,500+ [296]
Canton Canton Village Green - E.J. Noble Building 145 [297]
Cobleskill Veterans Park 100 [298]
Cooperstown Pioneer Park on Main Street - Otsego County Courthouse 200+ [299]
East Setauket corner of Bennetts road & Rt. 25A hundreds [300]
Elmira Wisner Park dozens [28]
Geneva New York State Finger Lakes Welcome Center hundreds [301]
Glens Falls Rep. Elise Stefanik's office / Centennial Circle - Glen Falls City Park [302]
Greenport Mitchell Park hundreds [303]
Huntington Station 49 West Jericho Tpke Intersection 800 - 1,000 [304]
Ithaca Bernie Milton Pavilion, Ithaca Commons 500 [28]
[113]
Jackson Heights Jackson Heights post office - Our Lady of Sorrows, Corona 2,000 [305]
Kingston Kingston City Hall hundreds [306]
Malone Arsenal Green [307]
New City Rockland County Courthouse around 400 [308]
New Paltz in front of Elting Memorial Library on Main Street 100+ [309]
New York City Brooklyn Bridge 30,000 [310]
Oswego Corner of West Bridge & West First Streets dozens [311]
Plattsburgh Downtown Plattsburgh 240 [307]
[312]
Rhinebeck Episcopal Church of the Messiah 250 [28]
Rockville Centre Front St. by Long Island Rail Road Station entrance 200+ [300]
Rouses Point U.S. Customs and Border Protection [307]
Saranac Lake Riverside Park 210 [307]
[313]
Saratoga Springs Congress Park - Broadway hundreds [314]
Staten Island Staten Island Borough Hall 100 [315]
Syracuse Perseverance Park - 205 S Salina St 200 - 300 [316]
Warwick Old School Baptist Meeting House - Stanley Deming Park 250 [317]
Westbury Post & Maple Avenues 350 [300]
White Plains Charles L. Brieant Jr. Federal Building and Courthouse 800 [308]
Woodstock McHenry County jail 200 Sunday night vigil, July 1 [318]

North CarolinaEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Asheville Haywood St 1,000+ [319]
Burlington Burlington Municipal Building 80 [320]
Chapel Hill Chapel Hill Court house 100s [101]
Charlotte First Ward Park hundreds [321]
[322]
Durham [321]
Greensboro Governmental Plaza - LeBauer Park 300+ [323]
Hendersonville Hendersonville Historic Courthouse 400+ actress Kelly McGillis spoke to the crowd [324]
Raleigh City Plaza 1,800 [321]
[325]
Wilmington Ennis Park at City Hall, between 3rd and 4th Streets 150 - 400 [326]
Winston-Salem Merschel Plaza hundreds [327]

North DakotaEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Antler post office (town population 27) [328]
Fargo lawn between Civic Center and Fargo Library 200 [328]
Grand Forks parking garage behind the County Office Building - North 3rd St 130 - 150 [328]
[329]

OhioEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Ashland corner of Claremont, College, and King Ave. 60 [330]
Athens Ohio University College Green 100 [331]
Bowling Green BG Green Space (Wooster Green) 200 [330]
Cincinnati Washington Park 1,000 [330]
[332]
Cleveland Public Square 3,000

 

[330]
[333]
Columbus Ohio Statehouse 2,000 [334]
Dayton Courthouse Square-Montgomery Co 400 - 1,200 [330]
[335]
Oberlin SE Corner of Tappan Square 200 [330]
Oxford Memorial Park 200 [330]
Toledo Toledo’s Love Wall 500+ [330]
[336]
Youngstown Central Square, Federal Plaza 200 [330]
[337]

OklahomaEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Oklahoma City Oklahoma State Capitol hundreds [338]
Tulsa David L Moss Criminal Justice Center 300 several American Indians joined hundreds of people at this rally [339]
[340]

OregonEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Albany Linn County Courthouse hundreds [341]
Astoria 16th and Marine Drive, river side hundreds [342]
Bend NW Greenwood Ave & NW Bond St (NE Corner) - Diagonal from Walden's office hundreds (300+) [343]
Coos Bay Coos Bay Boardwalk hundreds [344]
The Dalles Federal Post Office sidewalk 240 [345]
Eugene Federal Courthouse thousands [346]
Grants Pass Riverside Park - Josephine Court House 300 [347]
[348]
Madras corner of Hwy 97 and Hwy 26 across from Sonic 20 [343]
Medford Vogel Plaza hundreds [349]
Portland North Park Blocks thousands (5,000 expected) While the crowd of thousands was mostly peaceful, not far away were two smaller groups clashing with each other: Antifa and Patriot Prayer. Patriot Prayer had a permit to demonstrate but police revoked it when the groups began to clash. [350]
[351]
Redmond Centennial Park 150 [343]
[352]
Roseburg Northwest Garden Valley Blvd 250 [353]
[354]
Salem Oregon State Capitol 500 [353]
Sherwood J. Clyde Hopkins Elementary School 150 [355]

PennsylvaniaEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Bethlehem Bethlehem City Hall

Bethlehem Area Public Library

~300 [356]
Harrisburg Downtown Harrisburg 325+ [357]
[358]
Lancaster Lancaster County Courthouse ~200 [359]
Norristown Montgomery County Courthouse 300+ [360]
Philadelphia Logan Square 3,000 [361]
[362]
[363]
Pittsburgh Mellon Square 2,000 [364]
[365]
Scranton Courthouse Square hundreds [366]
Sharon Outside of Rep. Mike Kelly's office dozens [367]
Swarthmore Swarthmore Town Center [368]
West Chester Chester County Courthouse 600 [369]
[370]
Wilkes-Barre Public Square 50-10 [371]
[372]
York Continental Square 100+ [373]

Rhode IslandEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Cranston US Customs and Border Protection building 400 [374]
[375]
Providence Rhode Island State House 200 - 300 [374]
[376]

South CarolinaEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Bluffton Bluffton Village Town Center 200 [377]
Columbia South Carolina State House hundreds [378]
Greenville Graham Plaza ~250 [28]
Myrtle Beach Market Common / Valor Memorial Park 200+ [379]
Rock Hill Senator Lindsey Graham's Rock Hill Office almost 100 [380]

South DakotaEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Aberdeen [381]
[382]
Rapid City [381]
Sioux Falls Fawick Park hundreds [381]
Vermillion [381]

TennesseeEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Chattanooga Coolidge Park [133]
Greeneville Greene County Courthouse 95 [383]
Johnson City Founders park 300 [383]
[384]
Knoxville City County Building 250 Earlier in the week, a similar rally drew more than 500 protesters to the same location [385]
Memphis Gaisman Park 500 [386]
[387]
Murfreesboro Rep. Scott DesJarlais' office 50+ [388]
Nashville Fannie Mae Dees Park - Belmont University 1,000+ [388]
[389]

TexasEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Abilene Everman Park 200+ [390]
Alpine Brewster County Courthouse lawn 150 [391]
Amarillo Sanborn Park several dozen [392]
[393]
Austin Texas State Capitol 8,000 [392]
[394]
Brenham Washington County Courthouse 100 [395]
Brownsville Brownsville Federal Courthouse 1,000+ [396]
Bryan corner of Briarcrest Dr & Texas 6 just outside US Rep Bill Flores' Office 250+ [397]
Corpus Christi Cole Park 100+ [398]
Dallas Dallas City Hall 2,500 80 protesters rallied outside the ICE building off Stemmons Freeway; 5 were arrested for blocking the highway service road [399]
Denton Denton County Courthouse on The Square hundreds Denton’s 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. [400]
El Paso Edgemere Park - ICE’s El Paso Processing Center 1,500 Protestors 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. [401]
Fort Worth Tarrant County Court House / The Federal Building hundreds [402]
Granbury Hood County Courthouse 70 [403]
Houston Houston City Hall thousands With self-made posters in hand, thousands marched a few blocks to Senator Ted Cruz's office [404]
Kerrville Kerrville City Hall sidewalk 200 [405]
Longview Heritage Plaza hundreds [406]
Lubbock Tim Cole Statue Memorial Park 100+ [407]
McAllen U.S. Border Patrol McAllen Station several dozen [408]
McKinney Mitchell Park, near the Square 400 [409]
Nacogdoches Banita Creek Park - Nacogdoches County Courthouse 100 [410]
San Antonio San Fernando Cathedral / Main Plaza several hundred 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 [411]
Sherman Grayson County Courthouse Lawn 40+ [412]
Tornillo Marcelino Serna Port of Entry hundreds Former HUD Secretary Julian Castro, civil rights leader Dolores Huerta & actors Rob Reiner & Mira Sorvino addressed the crowd [413]
Waco Heritage Square 200+ [414]
Wichita Falls Lucy Park Pavilion 50 A candlelight vigil was held [415]
[416]

UtahEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Logan Cache County Courthouse 200 [417]
Moab Moab Information Center 150 [418]
Provo Provo Historic Courthouse 100 [419]
Salt Lake City Utah State Capitol 1,500 - 4,000 [420]
[421]
St. George Town Square Park 100+ [422]

VermontEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Barre Studio Place Arts (SPA) - Depot Square 100 [423]
Bennington Four Corners (intersection of Rtes 7 & 9) 100+ [424]
Brattleboro Brattleboro Common 500+ [194]
[425]
Burlington Church St - Battery Park 2,000 - 3,000 [194]
[426]
Manchester Center Adams Park 200 [424]
Rutland Main Street Park 130 [423]
[194]
Windsor Old South Church (candlelight vigil) 12 [427]

VirginiaEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Bristol Bristol Sign 135 [428]
Charlottesville Albemarle County Office Building 700 [429]
[430]
Harrisonburg Court Square 300 [431]
Lynchburg First Christian Church, Rivermont Ave 100 [432]
Newport News in front of Rouse Tower 40 - 50 [433]
Norfolk US Customs and Border Patrol Office hundreds Several dozen protesters stood on the steps of the office building [434]
Onancock Market Street 60 town population under 1,300 [435]
Richmond Bell Tower at Capitol Square thousands [436]
Staunton Gypsy Hill Park - Augusta County Courthouse One rally marched from the former location to merge with a second rally at the latter [437]
Williamsburg Williamsburg-James City County Courthouse 200 [438]

WashingtonEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Bainbridge Island Town Square next to Bainbridge Island City Hall 200 [439]
Bellingham Bellingham City Hall 1,500 – 2,000 [440]
Bremerton Evergreen Rotary Park 300+ [440]
Coupeville Island County Courthouse 270 [441]
Eastsound Eastsound Village Green 100+ [442]
Everett Snohomish County Courthouse Plaza and Amphitheater 800 [443]
Friday Harbor San Juan county district court lawn [444]
Kennewick Highway 395 50+ [445]
Langley Highway 525 near Bayview Park & Ride 200+ [446]
Longview corner of 30th and Ocean Beach Hwy 150 [447]
Mount Vernon Skagit County courthouse 200 Unlike most everywhere else, this rally had rain and cloudy skies to march through [448]
Olympia Capitol Campus, Legislative Steps 3,000 [449]
Port Angeles Port Angeles Border Patrol Statio 675+ This was Port Angeles' largest political rally in recent memory (400 were expected) [450]
Pullman High Sctreet Mall - Reaney Park 300 [451]
Richland John Dam Plaza 200 [452]
SeaTac SeaTac Detention Center 10,000 [449]
Spokane Grant Park 1,000 [453]
Tacoma Wright Park / People's Park 400 [454]
Vancouver 750 Anderson - Esther Short Park, Bell Tower Community Square 500+ [455]
Walla Walla First Congregational Church 350 [456]
Wenatchee Memorial Park [457]
Yakima US Rep Dan Newhouse's District Office dozens [458]

West VirginiaEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Parkersburg Bicentennial Park - US Rep David McKinley's office 100 [459]
Wheeling Market Plaza 100+ [460]
[461]

WisconsinEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Appleton Houdini Plaza 200 [462]
Eau Claire Eau Claire Wilson Park 500 - 600 [463]
Green Bay Green Bay CityDeck & Fox River 700 [462]
Kenosha Navy Memorial Park / Civic Center Park 90+ A second rally was held Monday evening, July 2 [464]
[465]
La Crosse City Hall - Burns Park 450 [466]
Madison Wisconsin State Capitol, State St Entrance 600 - 800 [467]
Menomonie Clocktower Plaza, UW-Stout - Wilson Park nearly 300 [468]
Milwaukee 517 E. Wisconsin Ave thousands [469]
Oshkosh Main Street Sundial 100 [462]
Sheboygan Paradigm Coffee & Music shop 50 [470]
Shorewood Shorewood Village Hall Parking Lot to Atwater Park 100 [467]
Stevens Point march down Division St 180 [462]
Sturgeon Bay Sawyer Park 130 [471]
Waukesha Waukesha County Sheriff's Office [472]
Wausau 100 [462]

WyomingEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Casper Pioneer Park 70 [473]
Cheyenne Cheyenne ICE office 100 [474]
Jackson Town Square 200 [475]
Laramie Front Street hundreds Laramie held its second ever PrideFest, the central part being the Pride March. 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 [476]

InternationalEdit

City Location Participants Image Notes Ref
Calgary, AB, Canada U.S. Consulate dozens [477]
[478]
Edmonton, AB, Canada End of Steel Park 100+ [479]
Lethbridge, AB, Canada several dozen [478]
[477]
Vancouver, BC, Canada US Consolate - Trump Tower in Downtown Vancouver 100+ [478]
[480]
Winnipeg, MB, Canada US Consolate two dozen+ [481]
Halifax, NS, Canada dozens [478]
[482]
Ottawa, ON, Canada Human Rights Monument - US Embassy hundreds [483]
Toronto, ON, Canada US Consolate few hundred [484]
[485]
Paris, France [486]
Munich, Germany U.S. Consulate hundreds [486]
[487]
Tokyo, Japan Hachiko Square, Shibuya Station hosted by Democrats Abroad [486]
Mexico City, Mexico U.S. Embassy Thousands   [488]
[489]
London, UK new US Embassy building, Nine Elms, South London 50+ [490]

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