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WATCH: ‘Never Again’ Jewish Protestors Arrested In Protest At ICE Headquarters

Thousands of protesters affiliated with the Jewish group Never Again Action and other immigration advocacy organizations marched on the headquarters of Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Washington, D.C., leading to the arrests of some who occupied the building.

The protest, arranged by Never Again Action and the Latino advocacy group Movimiento Cosecha, included songs and chants in English, Spanish, Hebrew and Yiddish.

“As Jews, we know from our own history what happens when a government targets, dehumanizes, and strips an entire group of people of all their civil and human rights. We refuse to wait and see what happens next,” Never Again Action organizer Hannah Klein said in a statement.

Never Again Action has organized protests over the last months outside ICE facilities Boston, New Jersey and several other areas around the country.

Watch the livestream of the protest below:

Alexandra Wells is a news intern at the Forward. Contact her at [email protected]

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