The Trump administration’s deeply troubling policy of separating migrant children from their families at the border shook the conscious of many Americans, including right here in Ohio. As a result of the administration’s cruel family separation policy, thousands of children have been torn from their families.
In response to the Trump administration’s family separation policy, Ohioans demanded their representatives in Congress act to keep immigrant families together, and to reunite families who have been separated by the “zero-tolerance” policy. Concerned Ohioans have rallied in cities throughout the state — including in Akron, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, Toledo, Athens, and Lima — to speak out against the separation of children from families, and to stand in solidarity with immigrants and their families.
Here are some ways For Our Future Ohio joined Ohioans in the fight to keep families together:
Speaking out against the Trump administration’s family separation policy:
Source: NBC News
Holding public officials accountable for their stance on Trump’s family separation policy:
A group of Ohio moms were arrested at Ohio Senator Rob Portman’s Columbus office after peacefully protesting against Trump’s family separation policy.
Statement from For Our Future Ohio State Director Antonia Webb responding to Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine declining to call on President Trump to end the administration’s family separation policy.
Calling for an end to the Trump administration’s ‘zero tolerance’ policy that breaks up families:
Today, Ohio turned out to show that #FamiliesBelongTogether.
— For Our Future Ohio (@ForOurFutureOH) June 30, 2018
Standing in solidarity with immigrant families and communities impacted by mass workplace immigration raids:
The Toledo Immigrant Alliance and Rapid Response Network hosts a press conference in response to a massive workplace immigration raid at a Sandusky-area business.
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