Workers to strike for 'Day Without Immigrants'

Immigrants and supporters are planning to strike in a “Day Without Immigrants” protest, where the goal is to demonstrate the importance of immigrants to society as the Trump administration continues to pursue the travel ban.

00:46 - Source: HLN
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