Hundreds of people took over streets and parks across the Tri-States to protest immigration policy.
Demonstrators held a march Saturday at in Quincy. People held signs and marched around chanting that they would like to see change.
Organizers in Washington Park said they want to see families together and they wanted to see it soon.
"We believe that immigrants are just people like us and they belong here just like we do," Jerilyn Dufresne said. "They should have a path to citizenship, they should be treated respectfully."
Also in Macomb, around a hundred people lined the streets to protest.
Protesters held signs with hearts and love, showing their support for everyone.
Organizers also encouraged everyone to exercise their right to vote in the upcoming election.