Immigration protests held across the country, and in Princeton

One of the speakers at the Princeton, NJ, "Families Belong Together" protest June 30 was Rev. Carol Haag of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of PrincetonOne of the speakers at the Princeton, NJ, "Families Belong Together" protest June 30 was Rev. Carol Haag of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Princeton

PRINCETON, NJ—(SBN)—Thousands of Americans participated in hundreds of rallies and demonstrations across the country on Saturday to express outrage about the Trump Administration’s zero tolerance policy for immigration. Demonstrations were held in major cities across New Jersey, including Asbury Park, Red Bank and Toms River. In Princeton, at a rally at Hinds Plaza sponsored by the Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice, speakers from civil rights groups and social action organizations urged hundreds of attendees to advocate for a change in the Trump policies.

Correspondent Steve Stern collected the audio used in this news wrapper by SBN news director Steve Lubetkin.

You can watch the complete program of remarks in Steve Stern’s video below:

 

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