March over Trump’s immigration policy planned in Lake Worth

Essan Kazmouz of West Palm Beach protests with his son Mazen, right, in February on Southern Boulevard in West Palm Beach. Protesters gathered to see President Donald Trump off as he makes his way through Southern Boulevard. (Michael Ares/the Palm Beach Post)

LAKE WORTH — South Florida Activism is calling for the immigrant community to march in downtown Lake Worth on Monday to protest President Donald Trump‘s immigration policy.

“A Day Without Immigrants: No Work, No School, No Shopping” is scheduled to be held at Bryant Park from 3 to 6 p.m.

“On this day we will say ‘no’ to the administration’s deportations, raids and attacks on the immigrant community,” a flier circulated by the group reads.

The group says there will be a march and vigil for immigrant workers rights.

Trump has pledged to crack down on undocumented immigrants and has promised to build a wall along the Mexican border.