About 400 protesters gathered Saturday for the Families Belong Together Rally at Capital Park to speak out against family separation at the U.S. southern border. (Kevin Gullufsen | Juneau Empire)

About 400 protesters gathered Saturday for the Families Belong Together Rally at Capital Park to speak out against family separation at the U.S. southern border. (Kevin Gullufsen | Juneau Empire)

‘Give me your tired, your hungry’: Juneau protesters rally against family separation

Family separation at U.S. southern border will not be tolerated, say Juneauites at rally

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