Dozens rally in Port Chester in support of separated immigrant families

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PORT CHESTER -

Community members came together in Port Chester Thursday night to rally in support of immigrant parents and children separated at the U.S. border.

The rally took place at Saint Peter's Episcopal Church and was organized by the Hudson Valley Community Coalition. 

Dozens of activists and Westchester residents demanded more be done to help affected immigrant families.

They say they're also concerned because it's unclear how soon immigrant families already separated will be reunited. 

The protestors also demanded humane immigration reform for undocumented immigrants already living in the U.S.

The protest also showed support to Hudson Valley families who have loved ones facing deportation.

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