Protesters Against Separation of Immigrant Families Gather at Mass. State House

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Protesters with a sign "I Belong With My Family" outside of the Massachusetts State House.
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Protesters gather outside of the Massachusetts State House Wednesday afternoon.
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A protester holds a sign that says "No Human Being Is Illegal" in Spanish.
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A group of people gather outside of the Massachusetts State House on Wednesday afternoon.
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A man holds a sign outside of the Massachusetts State House that reads "Trump Won Fair and Square."
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A protester outside of the Massachusetts State House holds a sign that reads "Stop Taking Our Babies."
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Families arrive at the Massachusetts State House with posters on Wednesday afternoon.
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The crowd outside of the Massachusetts State House in Boston grows before the 12:30 rally on Wednesday afternoon.
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A protester holds a sign that reads "End Family Separation."
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Crowds of protesters gather outside of the Massachusetts State House ahead of a rally on Wednesday afternoon.
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A protester with the sign "Keep Families Together. No Separation."
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Protesters gather on all sides of the Massachusetts State House on Wednesday afternoon.
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People protesting the separation of immigrant families at the U.S.-Mexico border hold signs outside of the Massachusetts State House on Wednesday afternoon.
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