Protesters marched through Washington, D.C., on Thursday to fight for families separated at the southern border. It was one of several demonstrations around the country.
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- About 575 women are arreted during a sit-in at the Hart Senate Office Building protesting the Trump administration family separation policy.
- About 575 women are arrested during a sit-in at the Hart Senate Office Building protesting the Trump administration family separation policy.
- U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement temporarily closes their Portland, Oregon, offices after protesters camping outside the building grow in numbers.
- The Trump Administration misses a court mandated July 10th deadline to reunite some of the youngest of the separated children with their families, citing "legitimate logistical impediments".
- Tens of thousands of people participate in nationwide protests across the United States over the Trump administration's immigration policies. Over 630 events are planned, with protesters calling for migrant families split at the United States-Mexico border to be reunited.
- A federal judge in California orders a halt to most family separations at the US-Mexico border and the reunification of all families.
- Eighteen attorneys general, representing seventeen U.S. states and Washington DC, sue the Trump administration over migrant family separations at the U.S. border with Mexico. The litigants demand around 2,000 migrant children be reunited with their families.