A small group of around 25 protesters demonstrated in front of the ICE facility tonight. The protest was largely uneventful, and police only came out to confront protesters when cars were coming in or out of the building.
- Abolish I.C.E! – 8 pm
A small group of protesters congregate at Elizabeth Caruthers Park, then march to the ICE facility in Southwest Portland.
There is an “Abolish ICE” protest currently in front of the SW Portland ICE detention facility. #PortlandProtest #PDXProtest pic.twitter.com/saT9Ajtayr— Justin Yau (@PDocumentarians) December 3, 2020
Brief stand off in front of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement building in SW Portland as a car tries to enter the facility. There are about 25 protesters here. pic.twitter.com/wMjPqI3SIU— Suzette Smith (@suzettesmith) December 3, 2020
DHS Federal Protective Service agents rushed out to make arrests & secure the driveway. No arrests have been made. #PortlandProtest #PDXProtest pic.twitter.com/zWtMzNVOgm— Justin Yau (@PDocumentarians) December 3, 2020
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