BUFFALO, N.Y. — Hundreds of Western New Yorkers gathered in downtown Buffalo Saturday morning to protest the policy that separates migrant families at the southern United States border.

"Families Belong Together" was part of a nationwide day of action, with more than 600 events around the country in favor of the cause.

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Our Joshua Robinson was at Saturday's rally:

For more information on the national movement, you can visit the Families Belong Together website.