WASHINGTON -- More than 2,000 people marched to the White House Friday to call for a change in immigration policy.
The group chanted "yes we can" in French, Spanish and English. Some signs had a U.S. map that read "Immigrant Roots, Immigrant Rights."
Sarahi Uribe, of Washington, wore a prison shirt and was chained to nine other marchers. Uribe said she opposes a law that allows local police to enforce immigration policies.
The protesters have organized under the National Capital Immigrant Coalition, a group that supports working immigrant families.
It is one of several May Day rallies across the country marking the labor holiday.