21 "Guadalupe Garcia" Photos & Videos Show How Protestors Are Resisting Donald Trump's Deportation Orders

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There's already a victim of President Donald Trump's deportation order, and she's a mother of two from Arizona. Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos has lived there for the past 22 years, and both her children are U.S. citizens. Despite that, she's likely being sent back to Mexico, where she came from at the age of 14. Until just a few weeks ago, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) wouldn't have focused on her for deportation because she's not a violent criminal. But now Trump has changed that. These 21 "Guadalupe Garcia" photos and videos show you how to resist Trump's deportation orders.

Garcia de Rayos had a biannual meeting at ICE Wednesday, a routine thing under Obama. But because of Trump's order, activists were worried something could go awry. So they showed up with her. Then came the news that she was being taken into custody. Her kids were there. Jacqueline, her daughter, told The New York Times, "The only crime my mother committed was to go to work to give a better life for her children." And then she and her brother showed the rest of us Americans how to resist. They stood in front of her deportation van and tried to block their mother's transfer. These photos and videos show how to resist.

1. Garcia De Rayos Went In With Support

She was joined by activists when she went into the ICE office.

2. And Then She Was Detained

Activists outside shared the news of Garcia de Rayos being taken into custody. They shared a phone number for the ICE office: 1 (602) 766-7030.

3. Her Kids Were There, Too

Both are American citizens.

4. Facebook Video Captures The Protests

More than 200,000 people have streamed the video so far.

5. The Signs Were Spot On

They came with the right Trump messaging, too.

6. Her Family Saw Her In The Deportation Van

An NBC reporter said the family was in tears.

7. Her Children Sat To Protest

Both tried to keep their mother in the country any way they could.

8. They Were Joined By Many More

Six were arrested when they blocked the van's path.

9. One Man Attached Himself To The Wheel Well

He was arrested by Phoenix Police.

10. This Is Resistance

Protestors were sending out tweets using the #FreeLupita hashtag.

11. Garcia de Rayos In ICE Custody

Those gathered could see her inside the van.

12. Phoenix Police Assisted ICE

They arrested the protestors so ICE could take Garcia de Rayos away.

13. The Community Isn't Happy

They accuse the police and mayor of being complicit.

14. The Vans Were Finally Able To Leave

The crowd shouted, "Shame on you!"

15. The Resistance Did Not End

They started to march instead.

16. Officials Tried To Control The Protest

That led to protestors shouting about their "freedom of speech."

17. Then The March Moved Onto The Street

Traffic was stopped temporarily, too.

18. Listen To The Chants

Protestors blocked traffic while chanting of "our streets."

19. Public Transit Was Blocked

It wasn't just cars that the protestors stalled.

20. One Phoenix Resident Stands Out

Identified as Hilda Canales, this Phoenix woman, stood in front of the city's light rail.

21. A Message For ICE Agents

This was parked near the ICE office. Hopefully the message will sink in for the agents. Since Trump's deportation executive order was signed, it is up to them to decide who to deport. No prioritizing violent criminals.

If you think this is wrong, make sure to contact ICE and the Department of Homeland Security today.