SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) – One the eve of the critical 2018 Midterm Elections, San Diego immigration rights activists made their voices heard.

The Immigrant Justice League held a rally to discuss immigrant issues and to hear from community leaders and individuals who believe that immigrant rights are human rights.

Those who attended said the current administration is treating asylum seekers and refugees as less than human

Organizers said they wanted to hold the County Board of Supervisors accountable for “their racist actions.”

News 8’s Richard Allyn reports from downtown San Diego with the details.