Thousands protest outside Federal Detention Center in SeaTac Saturday


With estimates of up to 10,000 by the King County Sheriff’s Office, protestors gathered outside the Federal Detention Center in SeaTac on Saturday, June 30, to voice their opposition against President Trump’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy.

Saturday’s event was part of over 700 similar demonstrations held around the country, protesting Trump’s policy that separates undocumented immigrant children from their parents.

Protesters apparently have three demands:

  1. They want separated migrant families to be reunited immediately.
  2. They want the government to end family detentions.
  3. They want the Trump administration to end its zero tolerance policy.

Here’s some coverage of the event:


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One Response to “Thousands protest outside Federal Detention Center in SeaTac Saturday”
  1. Chuck D'Arielli says:

    Isn’t funny these protesters did’t get the permit that they needed from the city, Any of these pictured people want to pony up?

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