This 13 July 2019 video from the USA says about itself:
Eugene, Oregon Lights for Liberty Vigil
Candlelight vigil in Eugene, Oregon following the rally and march at the Federal Building.
A candle was held for each of the 37 people who have died in the custody of United States government agencies and was raised high to honor them as their names were read aloud. Following this emotional reading, the gathering further honored their memory by chanting three times the word “presente”, indicating that those who died are both remembered and here with us.
The ceremony concluded with a prayer by a Methodist Minister.
From the World Socialist Web Site in the USA, 13 July 2019:
Thousands protest immigrant concentration camps at vigils across the US
Two days before the largest immigration raid in US history, thousands of people in over 700 cities held vigils and protests yesterday to voice their anger at the mass imprisonment and brutal treatment of immigrants at concentration camps. The vigils were an international event, with at least one event taking place in every US state and across five continents.
The protests show that there is broad popular opposition to Trump’s fascistic attacks on immigrants. They were organized after reports of standing room only cells, Customs and Border Protection officials denying children toothbrushes and diapers, and the drowning of a father and his young daughter at the US-Mexico border sparked international outrage.
By Alex Lantier in France:
Police crack down on undocumented workers occupying Paris Pantheon
13 July 2019
Yesterday afternoon, 700 undocumented African workers occupied Paris’s historic Panthéon building, chanting “Black vests” and demanding recognition of their right to reside in France. The protest, whose name referred to “yellow vest” protests against social inequality over the past six months, was met with a violent police crackdown.
Police forcibly evacuated the Panthéon, then kettled and charged at demonstrators behind the building, arresting at least 37.