CENTENNIAL, Colo. (CBS4)– Protesters continued to block the entrance to the ICE field office in Centennial on Thursday afternoon as part of an hours-long demonstration against the separation of families at the U.S.-Mexico Border.

The protesters linked arms and refused to disperse at the request of officers.

Copter4 flew over the protesters at the ICE field office (credit: CBS)

The rally was organized to send a message to the Trump White House and Congressional leaders to end the zero tolerance policy at the border and help reunite families who were separated.

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One woman told CBS4 that she knows the pain of being separated after her husband was deported to Mexico.

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“I mean… it’s hard, for my kids. My kids don’t just lose their father. They are losing me, too, because I have to work so hard for them too,” said Virginia Calderon.

The protest continued Thursday evening and was expected to last through Friday.

  1. So you are saying that once again the police are being told not to do their job.

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