Photographs by AP/ERIC GAY
Altar server Anthoney Saenz (second from right) waves incense Saturday as he helps lead a procession toward the Rio Grande to oppose the wall the U.S. wants to build at the Mexican border.
Originally published August 13, 2017 at 03:28a.m., updated August 13, 2017 at 03:28a.m.
Hundreds of people wearing white and chanting in English and Spanish marched Saturday in Texas' first major protest against a border wall, crossing the earthen Rio Grande levee where President Donald Trump's administration wants to build part of the first phase.
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