People, including nannies, teachers and families, joined hands in prayer during a vigil at City Hall in Boston. The event was held to demand an end to family separation. The daylong protest demanded that the Trump administration reunite migrant families forcibly separated at the US-Mexico border. It was part of a larger effort, spearheaded by the National Domestic Workers Alliance, to mobilize US child care providers against family separation. Similar protests were held outside US Immigration and Customs Enforcement offices in New York City and Florida. Tess Browne, SCN, (in photo, center) participated in the vigil held Thursday, July 19.

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