BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - A peaceful protest of the government’s treatment of immigrants has closed down a busy Buffalo intersection.
Several dozen protesters on Thursday banged cowbells and drums as they walked in a circle outside the building housing Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Some sat in the street.
Protesters carried signs saying: “Reunite families now,” and “Close the camps.”
Buffalo police posted on Twitter at about 1:15 p.m. that a section of Delaware Avenue, a main thoroughfare through downtown, was closed and urged motorists to avoid the area.
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