- — TheGOVTprofessor (@MrsJDNorcross)Thu, Feb 16 2017 15:14:34Houston has begun to feel the #DayWithoutImmigrants already... What is your thought on this? https://twitter.com/khou/status/832245625685147649 …
- — Anthony W. Schillaci (@AnthonyTX)Thu, Feb 16 2017 14:08:08
- — Lauren Talarico (@KHOULauren)Thu, Feb 16 2017 11:12:10
- — LaTrice Martin-Gault (@solution2forecl)Thu, Feb 16 2017 16:52:19
- — The Paralegal (@AmyParalegal7)Thu, Feb 16 2017 17:18:28#DayWithoutImmigrants no work & shopping. 32% of Houston workforce, 1.6mil people in the metroplex http://www.khou.com/news/local/houston-bracing-for-day-without-immigrants/408721627 … via @@KHOU
- — DillonSchroeder (@DillonHerb)Thu, Feb 16 2017 17:29:06They make our Houston economy grow. #Immigrants https://twitter.com/votolatino/status/832240278517985280 …
- — Norma Penney (@norma_penney)Thu, Feb 16 2017 16:50:17Let's do this correctly. Send illegals home first. 'Day Without Immigrants' protests being held across Houston, US https://goo.gl/9OIH0b
- — Jules of Denial (@Coolish_Breeze)Thu, Feb 16 2017 14:51:49If 5/29/2011 had been a #DayWithoutImmigrants (illegals), Houston police officer Kevin Will would be alive.
- Rallies have also begun in numerous other cities.
A Day Without Immigrants In Houston
As "A Day Without Immigrants" ramps up, several Houston businesses are closing due to understaffing. Houstonians have displayed a varied range of responses to today's protests.