Immigrants need a place of refuge from Donald Trump's policies now more than ever — and cities in the United States are stepping up to help.
Now that Trump has vowed to deport 3 million undocumented immigrants, officials and police departments across the US are becoming sanctuary cities. In the 1980s, the term "sanctuary cities" began in response to immigration mandates by the government. Some cities vowed to not question someone's immigration status or prosecute.
Here's a roundup of cities that have spoken out since Trump became the next president of the United States.