About 100 people protested in front of Pittsburgh’s U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement office on Monday, rallying against President Trump’s zero-tolerance immigration policy. They then marched to the Hot Metal Bridge, blocking traffic for about 45 minutes.
During the rally, speakers including immigrant families, religious leaders and community activists called for comprehensive immigration reform. They also demanded an end to the zero-tolerance policy and that the Trump administration reunite thousands of children separated from their families after crossing the border, despite the Executive Order Trump signed last week ending the policy that separated children from their families.
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