The Sentinel-Record/Rebekah Hedges PROTESTERS: Participants in a "Families Belong Together" event display handmade signs after marching down Bathhouse Row in Hot Springs National Park on Saturday. Nearly 200 people marched for two hours in 90-plus degree temperatures.

The Sentinel-Record/Rebekah Hedges PROTESTERS: Participants in a "Families Belong Together" event display handmade signs after marching down Bathhouse Row in Hot Springs National Park on Saturday. Nearly 200 people marched for two hours in 90-plus degree temperatures.

Immigration march draws nearly 200

By Rebekah Hedges
This article was published July 1, 2018 at 4:00 a.m.

Nearly 200 people, many carrying signs protesting President Donald Trump's immigration policies, participated in a "Families Belong Together" march along Bathhouse Row in Hot Springs National Park on Saturday, one of more than 700 events that took place nationwide.

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