By Ken Stone and Chris Stone | 2 July 2018
TIMES OF SAN DIEGO — Groups from as far away as New York, Georgia and Texas joined local immigrant-rights activists Monday at Chicano Park for a two-hour rally, followed by a march downtown where some blocked the entrance to the Edward J. Schwartz Federal Building for an hour.
(However, the unfurling of a banner atop the nearby Westin Hotel led to 10 arrests, organizers said. The sign said* “Free Our Families Now!”)
At Chicano Park, demonstrators were led in a song and chant: “This is for the people who are locked inside — together we will abolish ICE.”