Dozens of people camped outside the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement field office in San Francisco on Monday night in an effort to abolish ICE in the wake of the Trump administration’s immigration policies.
The demonstration in the city's Financial District was one of several happening around the Bay Area and other U.S. cities -- part of a nationwide "Occupy ICE" movement.
New arrivals from different corners of the community were there to offer their support on Tuesday morning. Among them was Berkeley resident Kevin Florian, who came with his 16-month-old son, Miles.
"I figure since I’ve got my family and I have the privilege of keeping them together, I feel like it's good to show solidarity with the people who are not able to keep their families together," Florian said.
Some protesters said they'll continue to demonstrate until ICE is abolished or until they are dragged away.