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Thousands of Minnesotans march for working class on anniversary of Dr. King’s murder

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April 4 protest for workers rights in St Paul. (Fight Back! News/Staff)

St. Paul, MN - More than 3500 trade unionists and their supporters marched here, April 4, to stand up for workers’ rights on the anniversary the Martin Luther King Jr.’s murder. A sea of signs and banners filled John Ireland Boulevard as workers marched to the state capitol building.

A broad cross-section of Minnesota’s labor movement took part in the rally, including AFSCME, the Teamsters and the Communication Workers of America. 

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