Salisbury joins world in anti-ICE vigil

Julie Scharnberg, left, Adair Mali and Suzannah Wood expressed their feelings about migrant detention centers in the United States. Salisbury Photo by Anne Day

SALISBURY — The group of protesters at a rally in Salisbury on Friday night, July 12, may have numbered just under 100 — but they joined thousands of people protesting the same issue worldwide. 

A reported 700 locations across five continents held vigils to protest U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement policies, under the title “Lights for Liberty: A Vigil to End Human Concentration Camps.” 

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