May 1st, International Worker's Day: Solidarity

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May 1st commemorates the 1886 Chicago labor struggle for the 8-hour work day, and the 4 Anarchists who were executed after being accused of throwing a bomb at police. It is an officially recognized holiday all around the world, but in the United States it was replaced by Labor Day. This year our local march will call attention to issues of living wage, immigration reform, homelessness, the human rights crises in Mexico, racism, and police accountability.

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