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Jewish activists block the entrance to an ICE cream plant in Minnesota

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More than a hundred protesters, mostly Jewish, activists blocked the entrance to a facility operated by Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Minnesota on Tuesday as part of #NeverAgainIsNow immigration is a national movement against President trump policy.

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At least 150 activists from the Twin Cities Chapter of Never Again is Now locked Is two inputs for the Bishop Henry Whipple Federal Building in the vicinity of Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport in Fort Snelling, Minnesota, Tuesday. Demonstrators, who parked cars in the middle of the entrance streets and Stand with picket signs, many of which said, “the abolition of the ICE,” the Star Tribune reported. Police cited 29 people for illegal Assembly when they refused to clear the entrance lanes, Fox 9 reported.

The #NeverAgainIsNow movement aims to be a connection between the “Never Again” – slogan of the post-Holocaust era and the treatment of Central American migrants in makeshift camps along the US-Mexican border.

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Protest organizers told Fox 9, the event was intended to disrupt the business operations at the ICE offices will be moved to detention centers on the border to a standstill. They also demanded the defunding of the ICE and permanent protection for all migrants without papers and asylum seekers.

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