Dozens march in Brooklyn in show of solidarity for separated migrant children

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Several dozen people gathered Saturday at the Barclays Center to walk in support of migrant children who were separated from their families along the southern border.

Rep. Yvette Clarke, who organized the event, wanted to bring residents in her district together as a show of solidarity.

President Trump and his administration was widely criticized for the practice of separating migrant children from their families after illegal border crossings.

The march ended at Grand Army Plaza where speakers and young students voiced their support for those children.

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