Burbank Leader: Hundreds rally in Burbank to protest against the president’s immigration policies
Nearly a thousand people crowded in front of Burbank City Hall on Saturday morning as part of a nationwide day of action protesting the immigration policies enacted by the Trump administration.
State Sen. Anthony J. Portantino (D-La Cañada Flintridge) said during the rally that the American people should care for everyone, “regardless of where they’re born.” He also said the president “should be better; but, instead, he’s broken.
“He’s broken, but we can’t let him break America, we can’t let him break our spirit,” he said. “We have to stand together, hold hands together, march together, vote together…and we always have to believe that tomorrow’s going to be better.”
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