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BY World Federation of Trade Unions | Athens, Greece | 4/26/11
Fight Back News Service is circulating the following statement from the World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU) on May Day, 2011.
BY Brad Sigal | Saint Paul, MN | 4/15/11
On May 1 workers, unions and immigrants will march together to the capitol in Saint Paul to demand justice for workers, to defend workers’ freedom to organize unions and to demand legalization and full equality for immigrant workers.
BY Carlos Montes | Los Angeles, CA | 5/06/10
250,000 people marched in the streets here, May 1, demanding immigrant rights. Most of those attending were Mexican and Central American families, along with contingents from the Philippine and Korean communities.
BY Masao Suzuki | San Francisco, CA | 5/02/10
On May 1, thousands of people gathered in San Francisco’s Latino community in the Mission and marched to the Civic Center. A common theme was opposition to Arizona’s new law, SB1070. Latino and Asian community organizations, trade unions and college students joined families, religious, anti-war, and international solidarity organizations for the march.
May Day, SB1070
BY staff | United State | 5/04/09
On Friday, May 1, tens of thousands marched for immigrant rights in demonstrations across the country.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 5/01/09
On May 1, International Workers Day, millions upon millions will be marching against the capitalist economic crisis that has engulfed most of the world.
May Day
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 4/29/09
Click the images below for PDF's of the flyers promoting the May 1 demonstration:
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 4/29/09
Click the images below for PDF's of the flyers promoting the May 1 demonstration: in Milwaukee, WI
BY Brad Sigal | Minneapolis, MN | 4/18/09
On May 1 - International Workers Day - a mass march and street festival is planned here to demand immigrant and workers’ rights.
BY Carlos Reyes | San José, CA | 5/03/08
On May 1, 1500 youth, families, workers and other community members gathered in east San José to demand legalization, an end to the raids and deportations and respect for human, civil, and labor rights.
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