‘Families Belong Together’ Rally in Bridgeton Shines Light on Immigration Policy

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BRIDGETON, N.J. -

South Jersey officials, community leaders, and members of the community came together over the weekend to make their voices heard.

On Saturday, June 30th, organizers gathered in front of the Cumberland County Courthouse for a Families Belong Together rally to protest the President Donald Trump's administration's tactics at the border.

Nearly 150 people attended the rally, led by Bridgeton Mayor Albert Kelly.

Families Belong Together rallies were held across the country and was put together by the Move On and Action Together Organization.

To learn more visit moveon.org.

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