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BY Tracy Molm | United States | 5/02/06
May 1 marks International Workers Day around the globe. Here in the U.S., immigrants’ rights coalitions called for a National Day Without An Immigrant, advocating no work, no school and no buying to show the impact that the immigrant community has. Millions of undocumented workers and their supporters took to the streets.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 5/02/06
May 1, 2006 was an historic day, as millions of people, mainly Mexicanos (immigrants from Mexico), Chicanos and Central Americans, poured into the streets of United States to support the struggle for immigrant rights.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 5/01/06
This is the flyer for the May 1, 2006 immigrant rights march in Los Angeles.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 5/01/06
This is the flyer for the May 1, 2006 immigrant rights march in Minneapolis.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 5/01/06
This is the flyer for the May 1, 2006 immigrant rights march in Chicago.
BY staff | California | 5/01/06
Premiering March 18, Walkout is a powerful film created by HBO on the Chicano student walkouts that shook Los Angeles in 1968.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 5/01/06
More than 500 students, teachers, union members and parents rallied and marched here, March 17 to demand an end to the U.S. occupation of Iraq, that military recruiters get out of schools and to call for a stop to attacks on immigrants
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 5/01/06
May Day is the most widely celebrated holiday in the world.
BY Carlos Reyes | San Jose, CA | 4/24/06
On April 10, more than 35,000 people marched through San Jose to protest against House Resolution 4437.
BY Fight Back! Editors | United States | 4/06/06
When the forces of reaction and racism decided to push their vicious anti-immigrant agenda, they lifted a rock, only to drop it on their own feet.
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