May 1 at 11:30 AM to May 2 at 2 AM
UW Library Mall, Madison Wi
"Joining hundred plus countries in the world celebrating the International Workers Day, hundreds of cities across the USA will march to stop the attacks to our the poor, the immigrants, the refugees, the women, the environment, the public education, and a long list of important issues for most of us.
Come and join us in the International Workers Day and helps us to stop the Attacks on Immigrants, Refugees, Workers, Unions, and other Marginalized Communities.
Against Trump's policies of hate and divisions, today more than ever
AN INJURY TO ONE IS AN INJURY TO ALL
No More Deportations
No More Attacks To The Poor And Marginalized
No More Atacks To Our Union, Human And Democratic Rights
Amnesty For All Immigrants
Quality And Affordable Housing, Food, Education And Healthcare For All
Living Wages And Good Work Conditions For All"
Races for the Senate, U.S. House, etc. and other issues of national importance.
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