Thousands Participate in Dallas Mega March 2017

Thousands marched through downtown Dallas, Texas, on Sunday, April 9, 2017 and held a rally in front of City Hall. The organizers of the march said they were, "calling for real immigration reform and an end to aggressive deportation efforts that have separated families, targeted DACA students and left our communities in fear." The marchers also called "for an end to executive orders that have discriminated against our Muslim brothers and sisters based on their faith."

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Thousands gathered at City Hall for a rally following the march through downtown.
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Some families participated in the march that started at the Cathedral Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe and ended at City Hall.
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Marchers carried a large American flag through downtown.
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People waved American flags in front of City Hall.
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A Mega March participant holds a sign in front of City Hall.
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An overhead view of the crowd gathering at City Hall.
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Participants hold a large American flag at the rally in front of City Hall.
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Marchers walk through downtown holding signs and flags.
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A photo taken before the march started shows crowds beginning to form on Ross Avenue.
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Participants at the rally in front of City Hall.
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A small group of counter-protesters, including at least one waving a Trump flag, met the marchers as they passed by.
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A Mega March participant appears to protest President Donald Trump.
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Members of the First United Methodist Church of Dallas pass out water to march participants.
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