(Louisville, KY) -- Louisville's "Rally for American Values" on Monday attracted more than two-thousand to the Muhammad Ali Center. The crowd filled the plaza, took up 6th Street south to Main Street, and the walkway to The Belvedere parking deck. Mayor Fischer organized the event after President Trump's executive order last week on immigration and refugees. Fischer told the group that, "If the freedom of one group is compromised today, then we are all at risk tomorrow." Rev. Steve Henrickson of Catholic Charities of Louisville called the support of immigrants a matter of "family values." Chants of "No hate. No fear. Refugees are welcome here," drowned out a half-dozen counter protesters on 6th Street.
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