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Jul. 2, 2018 12:29 pm

Tweets from Delaware’s #FamiliesBelongTogether protests

Delaware showed up to protest Trump's zero-tolerance immigration policy.

Lisa Blunt Rochester speaks at Cool Springs Park in Wilmington.

(Photo by Holly Quinn)

The June 30 #FamiliesBelongTogether marches brought hundreds of thousands of people to the streets, from protests in remote towns to the 75,000-strong Los Angeles march. Delaware had three demonstrations, in Wilmington, Dover and Milltown, with Delaware’s U.S. legislators speaking out against the criminalization of asylum seekers under the Trump Administration.

If you couldn’t march, you could follow along on Twitter.

Here are some of of our favorite #FamiliesBelongTogether Delaware tweets (including a few of mine):

Finally, if you’ve got four minutes to spare, watch some of Senator Carper’s speech at the Carvel State Office Building:

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