BK kids march in protest of travel ban

A group of Brooklyn children marched on Borough Hall Friday to condemn the president's travel ban and call for social equality.



"Say it loud. Say it clear. Muslims are welcomed here," dozens of kids chanted as they marched down Atlantic Avenue carrying signs and demanding the president's ear.



The nonprofit group Kids for a Better Future organized the march following a strike organized by immigrant workers, especially those at Yemeni bodegas.



When the marchers reached the Brooklyn Promenade, they sang John Lennon's "Imagine."


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