Photos: Postville Immigration Rally

Over 1,000 people lined the streets of Postville Sunday and made a call for immigration reform — although the exact look of such reform varied by group and individual.

The vast majority of those who traveled to Postville for the reform rally and march through town believed there should be no more raids.

The vast majority of those who traveled to Postville for the reform rally and march through town believed there should be no more raids.

A handful of the immigrants who attended wore clothing that showed pride for their Mexican heritage.

A handful of the immigrants who attended wore clothing that showed pride for their Mexican heritage.

Vic Rosenthal, executive director of Jewish Community Action, addressed the marchers when they arrived back at St. Bridget's Roman Catholic Church in Postville.

Vic Rosenthal, executive director of Jewish Community Action, addressed the marchers when they arrived back at St. Bridget's Roman Catholic Church in Postville.

Those who did not share the organizer's view of immigration reform spread out along a downtown city block so their signs could be seen.

Those who did not share the organizer's view of immigration reform spread out along a downtown city block so their signs could be seen.

While counter-demonstrators on the opposite side of the road chanted "build that fence," this young hispanic man walked by with his own message.

While counter-demonstrators on the opposite side of the road chanted "build that fence," this young hispanic man walked by with his own message.

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