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BY Chudi Oraedu | Tallahassee, FL | 5/05/22
On Sunday, May 1, Tallahassee’s Freedom Road Socialist Organization hosted a rally at the Florida Capitol to celebrate International Workers’ Day.
BY Shane Clune | Minneapolis, MN | 5/05/22
More than 300 demonstrators gathered on May 1 to march in Minneapolis for International Workers Day.
BY staff | Grand Rapids, MI | 5/04/22
West Michigan labor unions, politicians and socialist groups rallied and marched for International Workers Day on May 1 in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
BY staff | New Orleans, LA | 5/03/22
ommunity members gathered with activist and immigrant rights organizations at the Benito Juarez monument in New Orleans on May 1, to celebrate International Workers Day.
BY Staff | United States | 4/23/22
Freedom Road Socialist Organization calls on working people across the U.S. to celebrate International Workers Day in marches and programs.
BY staff | Appleton, WI | 5/12/21
On May 1, over 40 people gathered in downtown Appleton at Houdini Plaza to commemorate International Workers' Day, or May Day.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 5/10/21
For the sixth consecutive year, Centro CSO held their May Day march and rally in Boyle Heights. Main demands were “Legalization for all” and “Jail killer cops.”
BY Tracy Molm | Minneapolis, MN | 5/06/21
Over 50 people came together May 2 to socialize and for a short program at a local park pavilion celebrating International Workers Day. The event came on the heels of a 1000-person May Day march in Minneapolis.
BY Matt Romrell | Salt Lake City, UT | 5/06/21
On May 1, around 50 people gathered in Sugarhouse Park in Salt Lake City to celebrate International Workers Day with a barbecue and fundraiser hosted by the local chapter of The Freedom Road Socialist Organization. Members are raising money in conjunction with organizers across the country for the establishment of a FRSO national office.
BY Ryan Hamann | Milwaukee, WI | 5/04/21
In spite of gusts of wind in excess of 50 miles per hour, more than 250 people marched from the office of Wisconsin’s premier immigrant rights organization, Voces de la Frontera, to the office of reactionary U.S. Senator Ron Johnson on the afternoon of May 1. The focus of the march was on essential immigrant workers.
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