Susan Sarandon among 575 arrested in Washington DC at protest of Trump immigration policy

Actress and activist Susan Sarandon was among the 575 people arrested Thursday during a sit-in demonstration in Washington, D.C. to protest President Donald Trump’s zero-tolerance immigration policy.

“Arrested. Stay strong. Keep fighting. #WomenDisobey,” Sarandon tweeted shortly after 3 p.m. ET, when the protesters were being rounded up by police.

The 575 protesters were arrested and taken out of the Hart Senate Office Building following a mass demonstration that, reported The Washington Post. Along with calling for an end to migrant family detentions, protesters also called for the abolishment of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE).

They were charged with unlawfully demonstrating, a misdemeanor, reported the Post.

The protest, which began at the Freedom Plaza, was organized by a number of different groups, including Casa de Maryland, an immigrant advocacy organization, and the Women’s March. The Post reported that Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.) was also among those who were in arrested in the protest.

Hours after her arrest, Sarandon shared a photo of the protest on her Instagram account, writing: “Powerful, beautiful action with hundreds of women saying we demand the reunification of families separated by immoral ICE policy. This is what Democracy looks like. #WomenDisobey.”