630 women arrested protesting Trump immigration policy in D.C.

A demonstrator shows a sign on her hands during a rally and march calling for

630 women arrested protesting Trump immigration policy in D.C.

A large group of mostly women protest at the Trump International Hotel before marching to the Justice Department and Hart Senate Office Building on Thursday. They said people who were charged and fined could pay 24 hours after their arrests, but it was not clear who had been fined and how much. The officers said the protesters could have demonstrated outside but were arrested for being inside.

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. "We have to stand up, and we have to put ourselves on the line".

The protesters chanted "Abolish ICE" and "We care" - a jab at Melania Trump for wearing a jacket with the words "I really don't care, do u?" painted on its back as she visited one of the immigrant detention centers.

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United States Capitol Police charged almost 575 individuals with "unlawfully demonstrating", according to a Capitol Police statement Thursday.

The female-led protest in Washington, D.C., is one of the multiple anti-ICE protests that occurred on Thursday.

Ms Jayapal has described her protest as the civil disobedience, the path of peaceful protest shown by Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King. "Not in our name", she said on Twitter.

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"It's not right. It's beyond politics".

"They can not believe this is happening".

The policy led to intense criticism in the United States and overseas, and Trump signed an executive order that would let children stay with their parents as they moved through the legal system, drawing renewed criticism. And so those voices, I think, are being heard. He can pick up the phone or pick up his phone and tweet at Secretary Nielsen and Jeff Sessions and tell them to reverse this policy.

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Despite the fact that President Trump signed an executive order last week reversing his administration's family-separation policy, more than 2,000 children were still waiting to be reunited with their parents as of June 26, causing further anger and accusations that the administration is taking too long to take action.

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