Join us as we come out to strike against an economy that doesn't work for those it should, the workers. Join us to strike against the racist scaremongering of immigrants. Join us to strike against the mass incarceration of the poor and people of color. Join us to strike against the targeting of the black community by the police, that maintains a black underclass in the midst of a supposed color blind society. We strike against all these things and more. While this system of exploitation and oppression has been bipartisan and intergenerational, we currently live under a Trump regime that baldly represnts a corprate takeover of public life that uses racism to divide workers while giving everything to the wealthy few. This must stop. We will stop it by engaging in our workplaces, schools, neighborhoods, churches, and wherever we are to work toward a more just society. May Day represents this heritage of struggle: the struggle for the 8-hour day and labor rights, the struggle against police repression, and the struggle for immigrant rights. Join us to resist!
A breif overview of out plans for the day (with more TBA):
We will have a rally and get together from 3pm until 5:30, which will include food, skill shares, discussion, and vendors. From 5:30 until 6pm, we will transition into a march. We will leave the park at 6pm and the march shall last until 7 or 8pm depending on our pace.
Learn more about the nationwide call and find resources for organizing here: