13 Times Latinos Refused To Stay Silent During Trump’s First 100 Days

President Donald Trump’s first 100 days have been an emotional and political rollercoaster for many, and Latinos did not sit idly by. 

Just days after taking office, Trump signed an executive order to begin construction on a U.S.-Mexico border wall and threatened to defund cities that refused to collaborate with federal immigration authorities. The administration’s immigration crackdown led to the deportation of at least one DACA recipient and one mother with no criminal record, among others. And at least one domestic violence victim was reportedly detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement while seeking court protection. 

Through it all, Latinos have refused to stay silent ― from America Ferrera’s rousing speech at the Women’s March to the undocumented Latina who took a viral tax form selfie and then asked Trump for his. 

Here are 13 times Latinos spoke up in solidarity with immigrants and their community: 

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