May Day 2018

(ESPAÑOL MAS ABAJO)

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

** ESPAÑOL **

Uniéndose a más de cien países en el mundo celebrando el Día Internacional de los Trabajadores, cientos de ciudades de todo Estados Unidos marcharán para detener los ataques a los pobres, los inmigrantes, los refugiados, las mujeres, el medio ambiente, la educación pública y una larga lista de cuestiones importantes para la mayoría de nosotros. Venga y únase a nosotros en el Día Internacional de los Trabajadores y ayúdenos a detener los ataques contra inmigrantes, refugiados, trabajadores, sindicatos y otras comunidades marginadas.

Contra las políticas de odio y divisiones de Trump, hoy más que nunca

UN ATAQUE CONTRA UN@ ES UN ATAQUE CONTRA TOD@S

 

No Más Deportaciones

No Más Ataques A Los Pobres Y Marginados

No Más Ataques A Nuestros Derechos Sindicales, Humanos Y/O Democráticos

Amnistía Para Todos Los Inmigrantes

Vivienda, Comida, Educación Y Atención Médica Para Todos De Calidad Y Barata

Salarios Dignos Y Buenas Condiciones De Trabajo Para Todos

Resources

Some resources for the march:
Endorsements
Immigrant Workers Union*
Program
May First, 2018
11am Brittingham Park Gathering
11:30am March to the Capitol

Noon
Main Rally and Music
entertainment
Speakers and Music TBA
Speakers(Alphabetical order)
TBA
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May Day in Madison thought History

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International Workers' Day

From Wikipedia:
1 May was chosen to be International Workers' Day to commemorate the 4 May 1886 Haymarket affair in Chicago. The police were trying to disperse a public assembly during a general strike for the eight-hour workday, when an unidentified person threw a bomb at the police. The police responded by firing on the workers, killing four demonstrators. The following day on 5 May in Milwaukee Wisconsin, the state militia fired on a crowd of strikers killing seven, including a schoolboy and a man feeding chickens in his yard.[10] In 1889, a meeting in Paris was held by the first congress of the Second International, following a proposal by Raymond Lavigne that called for international demonstrations on the 1890 anniversary of the Chicago protests.[2] May Day was formally recognised as an annual event at the International's second congress in 1891.Subsequently, the May Day riots of 1894 occurred. The International Socialist Congress, Amsterdam 1904 called on "all Social Democratic Party organisations and trade unions of all countries to demonstrate energetically on the First of May for the legal establishment of the 8-hour day, for the class demands of the proletariat, and for universal peace."[3] The congress made it "mandatory upon the proletarian organisations of all countries to stop work on 1 May, wherever it is possible without injury to the workers."
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