Denver students marched out of classes in protest of DACA

Hundreds of high school students in Denver walked out of classes on Tuesday morning to protest against the administration's announcement that it will rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. 

The students were from several schools in the area and gathered together at a number of locations to protest against the President Donald ending the program that currently affects 800,000 undocumented immigrants in the U.S.  

Dozens were spotted at Barnum Park at West Sixth Avenue and Federal, KDVR reported.

West High School students gathered in Sunken Gardens Park and walked to Lincoln Park, while another large group of students walked in the Five Points neighborhood. 

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Hundreds of high school students in Denver walked out of classes on Tuesday morning to protest against the Trump administration's announcement that it will rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program

Hundreds of high school students in Denver walked out of classes on Tuesday morning to protest against the administration's announcement that it will rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program

The students were from several schools in the area and gathered together at a number of locations to protest against the President Donald Trump ending the program that currently affects 800,000 undocumented immigrants in the U.S.

The students were from several schools in the area and gathered together at a number of locations to protest against the President Donald ending the program that currently affects 800,000 undocumented immigrants in the U.S.

Denver police officers helped to escort students at various intersections in the city to ensure safety and were on scene at the peaceful gatherings

Denver police officers helped to escort students at various intersections in the city to ensure safety and were on scene at the peaceful gatherings

North High School students also walked out of classes and gathered across the street at Viking Park.

Denver police officers helped to escort students at various intersections in the city to ensure safety. 

Video showing the various groups marching in the streets has been shared across both Facebook and Twitter. 

It's unclear if any of the teens during the protest on Tuesday were using the program. 

While protesting, many of the teens held signs in support of DACA, which was enacted under the Obama administration five years ago. Protests also took place in several locations around the country on Tuesday including New York City and Washington, D.C. 

Nearly 800,000 undocumented immigrants have received protections from the program that has allowed them to study in colleges and universities and also pursue careers without the fear of deportation.  

Earlier on Tuesday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said the administration will 'wind down' on the Obama-era program during a press statement. 

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced on Tuesday that the Trump administration will 'wind down' the Obama-era program that allows illegal immigrants who arrived as children to live and work in the US without fear of deportation

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced on Tuesday that the administration will 'wind down' the Obama-era program that allows illegal immigrants who arrived as children to live and work in the US without fear of deportation

President Donald Trump signaled his intent Tuesday morning to end the Obama-era program created five years ago

President Donald signaled his intent Tuesday morning to end the Obama-era program created five years ago

He said that DACA is an 'unconstitutional

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