Join the Youth that
​refuse to back down

When elected officials in Miami-Dade county turned their backs on immigrant families, local children and youth refused to back down. This April, they’ll caravan from Miami to Washington, DC to demand that our elected leaders stand up to Trump’s bullying and defend their families, their friends and their future.​

An unbreakable
​circle of unity

Throughout the journey, they’ll meet with youth rising up in communities across the Southeast. When the Caravan arrives in DC on April 13th they’ll be hundreds strong. The youth will create an unbreakable circle of unity to show Trump that we will not stop fighting until our families, our friends, and our future are safe.​

Put your action on the map,
​or find an action near you!​

Stand with Kimberly, Thomas and their friends by bringing a kids contingent to your local May Day March or organizing or joining unbreakable circle in your community to show Congress, Mayors, grown-ups, and Trump himself that WE BELONG TOGETHER!

Click here to host a We Belong Together action near you.

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Read their stories​
Kimberly

My name is Kimberly. I’m 16 years old and from Miami. I’m a very helpful person and I always support my friends. I’m participating in the We Belong Together Caravan because our government sends hundreds of migrants to their deaths every year as they cross the border, and hundreds more are being taken away from their families for no reason and that should not go on any longer. I want to tell President Trump that no one should be taken away from the ones they love. If it happened to his family he would be crushed just the same way he is hurting all these people. My own family loves me more than anybody else could ever love me and they support me in everything I do. I believe that we can change things because I’m determined, anything I set my mind to I can make it happen.

Jasmine

My name is Jasmine, and I’m a 10 year-old activist from Florida. I like solving math problems and playing violin. I want to be a doctor when I grow up so I can cure diseases like cancer. I am going on this trip to support our families, so they can stay together forever. I was invited to give a speech at the school board meeting about protecting immigrant families and children. And it helped pass a bill. Being with my parents makes me feel safe because we all get along and love each other. My mom was born Mexico, and has DACA. I don’t want that to get taken away because then we might not be able to stay together. I want President Trump to know that families are forever.​

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