In Photos: How LA Rallied Against Family Separations - NBC Southern California
Watch Live Newscast
U.S. & World
In the Weeds
NFL in LA
Randy Responds: Consumer Investigations
First Alert Forecast
Maps & Radar
A-Listed: Luxury Real Estate
Worth the Trip: California Travel
George to the Rescue
Breakfast With Open House
In the Community
NBC on Demand
Watch the latest full episodes of your favorite NBC series anytime and anywhere.
Click for full schedule
Send us Videos and Pictures
Terms of Service
Visit our partner site
Immigration in America
Full coverage of immigration issues in the U.S.
In Photos: How LA Rallied Against Family Separations
Sunday, Jul 1, 2018
Thousands of people converged upon downtown Los Angeles Saturday to protest the Trump administration's "zero-tolerance" immigration policy, which has led to family separations at the U.S.-Mexico border.
"Families Belong Together - Freedom for Immigrants March"
in Los Angeles was part of a series of
more than 600 nationwide marches
that condemned the president and a policy that has seen
more than 2,000
immigrant children separated from their families.
In LA, speakers included Mayor Eric Garcetti, Sen. Kamala Harris, Rep. Maxine waters, California gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom, and celebrities such as John Legend and Chrissy Teigen.
Scroll below to see how the march unfolded.
More Photo Galleries
San Diego Comic-Con 2018: Sunday Highlights
PHOTOS: Armed Suspect Takes Hostages in Silver Lake Trader Joe's
Connect With Us
FCC Independent Programming Report
FCC News and Information Programming Report
NBC Non-Profit News Partnership Reports
KNBC Public Inspection File
Terms of service
© 2018 NBCUniversal Media, LLC. All rights reserved.