GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Hundreds of people in Greensboro gathered on Sunday to bring attention to immigration reform in our country.

This year, the Downtown Unity Walk for Immigration Reform turned into a drive due to COVID-19. Participants met at the Westminister Presbyterian Church where they listened to music, speeches, and decorated their cars in signs that read, "Abolish ICE,"  and "Immigrant and Refuge Rights are Human Rights,"

Participant Anna Arrelaneswirth told us it is important to show support for their immigrant and refugee neighbors, especially in today's climate.

“I think there’s a lot of rhetoric and grandstanding right now which is giving credence to ideas of separation and division and to do anything good we all have to come together," Arrelaneswirth say.

After congregating at Westminister Presbyterian Church, the group coordinated a loop drive on Friendly Avenue, through downtown Greensboro, and back to the church.