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In D.C., a 'Day Without Immigrants' is a day without sandwiches, child care and fitness classes

CBC.ca Friday, 17 February 2017
A national grassroots protest organized entirely through social media called for immigrant staff at to go on strike Thursday by staying at home for the day as a response to U.S. President Donald Trump's immigration policies.
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News video: Immigrants strike to show D.C. what a day without them looks like

Immigrants strike to show D.C. what a day without them looks like 02:13

Immigrants workers and students went on strike Tuesday to show what a "Day Without Immigrants" looks like. Many restaurants, some of which are immigrant-owned, closed in solidarity with the community.

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