Photos and videos from Families Belong Together Marches across the country just flooded Twitter.

As throngs of concerned and angry activists took to the streets today to protest the Trump administration’s zero tolerance immigration policy that has separated thousands of immigrant children from their refugee families, photos and videos from the marches poured onto Twitter and Facebook, posted to inspire hope for America’s future through images of resistance to evil and oppression.

Here are some of the best photos and videos we’ve found so far.

Washington DC:

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New York City:

Richmond, Virginia:

Boston, Massachusetts:

Chapel Hill, North Carolina:

Atlanta, Georgia:

Litchfield, Connecticut:

Montgomery, Alabama:

Jackson, Mississippi:

Raleigh, North Carolina:

Minneapolis, Minnesota:

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Seattle, Washington:

Chicago, Illinois:

Sacramento, California:

Apologies to the participants at marches in cities that weren’t included here today in the interests of space.

Hopefully, everyone reading this is doing so on their mobile phone at a march or at home after a long day utilizing their freedom of speech to fight for the rights of families to remain together! We need massive mobilization in the streets to demonstrate the strength of the resistance to Trump and Republican attempts to roll back our progressive culture. We must be ready to march often and endlessly until the will of the majority of voters can be heard in November and the tide can be reversed.

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Vinnie Longobardo is a 35-year veteran of the TV, mobile & internet industries, specializing in start-ups and the international media business. His passions are politics, music and art.


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