Some 750 marches took place around the country June 30. Hundreds of thousands of people — from New York City and Los Angeles to Appalachia and Wyoming — took to the streets, demanding the Trump/Pence regime stop torturing immigrant and refugee children, and stop the vicious “zero tolerance” terror against immigrants. The size of the marches, the intensity of the outrage, and the wide range of people and views in the streets today gave a sense of the force that could be cohered into a determined movement that could grow and STOP these and the other crimes of this regime.
Refuse Fascism was in the mix, challenging people to stay true to their principles, to confront what it will take to end this nightmare, and organizing them to get ready for non-violent but determined and sustained protest demanding TRUMP/PENCE MUST GO!
At #FamiliesBelongTogether. “We gotta get organized to drive them out! #TrumpPenceMustGohttps://t.co/y8URUbAVLi pic.twitter.com/rvI2tsQC5Q
— #TrumpPenceMustGo (@RefuseFascism) June 30, 2018
Marching Across the Brooklyn Bridge with Refuse Fascism
— Sunsara Taylor (@SunsaraTaylor) June 30, 2018