1.Doll in cage, with people chanting "Education not deportation."
2. Various of protesters chanting "Free the kids now"
3. Protesters walking down street with cage chanting "People want to know, who we are. So we tell them, we are the immigrants."
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Domingo Garcia, president of League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC):
"We have come and deliver a letter to you today to meet with LULAC and representatives from our community to try to find a solution that deals with the asylum seekers and refugees and the humanitarian crisis on the border. And also provide legalization for those 12 million immigrants who are working on the dairy farms in northern Wisconsin, who are picking the crops that we're eating today, for cleaning the offices in the hotels and building America with their hands in construction jobs. Let's find a solution instead of continuing to point fingers and getting involved in the blame game. That doesn't solve it. We're here. Come and talk to us. And if not we'll meet you here in Milwaukee. Or we'll see you in DC."
5. "No cages, no walls" sign
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6. Protesters with cages in building of Senator Ron Johnson's office
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Sindy Benavides, Chief executive officer of of League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC):
"We are Americans and as a nation of immigrants, we are asking the senator to immediately investigate what is happening with Custom Border Patrol agents with ICE, with detention centers. The fact that we have babies, babies, ninos in cages. The fact that we have parents who are being separated every single day in America is taking us back to a period that we want to forget."
8. Protesters with cages in building of Senator Ron Johnson's office
9. Protesters with signs
10. Various of protesters outside building of Senator Ron Johnson's office chanting "No cages, no walls."
Members of the largest Hispanic organization in the United States brought cages with dolls inside to the office of Wisconsin Republican Senator Ron Johnson.
About 75 people marched with the cages and signs about a half mile from the annual conference of the League of United Latin American Citizens to Johnson's office about a half mile down the road in Milwaukee.
Their chants included "Education not deportation" and "No cages, no walls"
LULAC representatives had been turned down for a meeting with Johnson. When they arrived, building security did not allow representatives or protesters to go his office.
Group president Domingo Garcia said they wanted to talk to him to find a solution for asylum seekers and refugees wanting to cross the border.