Hundreds of thousands of people rallied across the country for immigration rights, from Los Angeles to Indiana, Atlanta to Madison. In New York, the crowd seemed to swell around 70,000, though some organizers believed there were 125,000. Nonetheless, streets - and the Brooklyn Bridge - downtown were filled with immigrants from around the world and supporters alike, making their way to City Hall for the rally, which included Senators Schumer and Clinton. There were no reports of any violence, though there were some anti-immigration folks along the way, but there was a heavy police presence to ensure things. It'll be intriguing to see what happens in DC once Congress gets back from their break - it's an issue that very complicated for many people.

Did you go to the rally? What was it like? Link us with your pictures and posts - and check out pictures on Flickr tagged "immigration" and "immigration nyc."

Photograph from Zach Klein on Flickr