Faith Leaders Led A Prayer Vigil For Families Separated At The Border

Women leaders from dozens of faith organizations led a prayer vigil in Washington, D.C., for families separated at the border.
Posted at 12:17 PM, Jun 20, 2018

They came with posters, megaphones and prayers. Dozens of protesters joined women and religious leaders of different faiths in a prayer vigil outside the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Headquarters in Washington, D.C. Their prayers? For the Trump administration to end its "zero-tolerance" immigration enforcement policy at the border and stop separating migrant children from their parents. 

Additional reporting by Newsy affiliate CNN.