(The Inquirer) A day after Philadelphia police swept away their encampment outside the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in Center City, opponents of the Trump administration’s immigration policies set up a new protest camp at City Hall. It was a move to get Mayor Kenney’s attention, as the people of “Occupy ICE” grew angrier at the mayor for allowing police to destroy their camp.
About two dozen protesters slept in makeshift tents constructed out of beach umbrellas duct-taped to tarps — organizers say police told them no tents were allowed — and plan to occupy this space outside City Hall until their demands are met.
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