The rally was organized by the Women's March and the Center for Popular Democracy.
Before arriving at Capitol Hill, the protesters marched down Pennsylvania Avenue, pausing to chant "Shame!"
The protesters, mostly women dressed in white, sat on the Hart Senate Office Building's marbled floors and wrapped themselves in metallic silver blankets similar to those given to migrant children separated from their families by U.S. immigration officials.
According to reports, more than 500 people were arrested by the Capitol Police when they were having their sit-in protest at the Senate Hart Office building.
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Congressmember Pramila Jayapal was arrested Thursday at a demonstration in Washington D.C., protesting the Trump administration's controversial immigration policies.
Hundreds of women from 47 states gathered in Freedom Plaza, robed in white and carrying signs deriding the Trump administration's "zero-tolerance" immigration policy.
Linda Sarsour, a co-founder of the Women's March, said she hoped the protests, apart from sending a message to the administration and Congress, would mobilize people to vote in the midterms.
Trump's critics have blasted the executive order he signed allowing children to stay with their detained parents, saying incarceration of an entire family is also wrong.
Their three main demands from the government: abolish the U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement agency, end the practice of detention centers and the zero tolerance policy.
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Loretta Fudoli took a bus to Washington from Conway, Arkansas, to join Thursday's protest.
"It means the clock is ticking for the Trump administration and they need to show how they're going about reuniting these families", said Jess Morales Rocketto, political director at the National Domestic Workers Alliance.
Capitol Police warned protesters that if they did not leave the building they would be arrested.
"Their parents shouldn't even be locked up", Fudoli said.
Also Saturday, several Broadway stars are participating in a benefit concert to support efforts to reunite families who were separated at the border with Mexico.
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