Hundreds of Women's March Protesters Arrested in Senate Office Building

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Trump reversed that policy last week, through protest organizers said they plan to go on with the events nationwide in a unified rebuke of the administration's treatment of immigrants.

More than one thousand demonstrators from 47 states descended on Washington, DC, for a peaceful protest and sit-in over a "zero tolerance" immigration policy the Trump administration has touted in recent weeks.

And dozens of protesters shut down a government meeting in MI in protest against a contract with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Ice) agency to house detainees at a local jail. No hate, no fear. "We are outraged at all of the things that are unfolding in our country".

Jayapal said she was with a group of over 500 women when she got arrested.

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In her defense, Ettel told HuffPost that the girl's race had nothing to do with the phone call she had only "pretended" to make. Her daughter, Jordan, is biracial and Ettel is white. "It was literally nonstop".

Cheered on by some Democratic lawmakers who walked among them, the women said they were pushed to the protest by President Trump's zero tolerance policy which sparked separations of children from their parents.

A large group of women occupied the Hart Senate Office building in Washington on Thursday in protest of Trump administration immigration policy.

People carried handmade signs, including one that read, "Don't have a heart of I.C.E". She returned to the border again today for a second visit, jacket-less.

Another woman who identified herself to Breitbart News as L.A. Kauffman said the ultimate goal of the "movement" was to remove the current president from the White House. "And this action that is pushing the limits has the potential to inspire exactly the kind of mass civil resistance that we need to achieve these goals".

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