A Washington D.C. demonstrator plays his guitar and sings through a portable microphone. His T-shirt has a slogan that represents the sentiment of how Mexican-Americans have more of a right to live in the United States than the average American.
Many religious leaders in the US showed their support to DACA on the streets. Reverend Sharon Stanley-Rea spoke outside the White House days before the DACA decision in the hope that the president would maintain the program.
This is the emblematic sign of a DACA family: Kathia Ramirez came to the US when she was seven years old. Here, she is protesting in Texas with her husband, a US citizen, and her children who are also citizens.
Immigration supporters and advocates rally outside of Trump Tower to support DACA a few days before the decision. One supporter who showed concerns about deportation also showed support as a worker for an immigrant rights group.
A small group stood outside of the US embassy in Mexico City, protesting the termination of DACA. According to the foreign ministry, an estimated 625,000 DREAMers would lose their protections under the program.
In an LA rally on the day of DACA termination, this sign appeared, showing the solidarity of an educator for their undocumented students. Thousands had gathered to cheer and protest, making it hard to hear the speeches.