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2011-05-01 May Day 2011 Los Angeles Coalition

Posted on April 22 by the Website Workers Council

Two Los Angeles area coalitions have announced May Day rallies for the same time and place. For the announcement from the Southern California Immigration Coalition, click here.

  • Legalization now!
  • Stop deportations and attacks on workers!
  • Jobs, peace and justice for all!

When: Sunday, May 1 at 10:00am
Where: Olympic and Broadway, Los Angeles (MAP)
What: International Workers Day rally
Sponsor: May Day 2011 Los Angeles Coalition (see list below)
Contact: call 213-251-1025 or email answerla - at - answerla.org

The Peace and Freedom Party has not formally endorsed this event.

On May 1, join tens of thousands of immigrants and working families of all backgrounds, community organizations, labor unions and many others at a united march to demand legalization for all immigrants and to stop deportations and the attacks on workers. The LA march is coordinated with dozens of May Day actions across the country. Be part of history. Join the struggle for real change on the streets!

Click here to endorse the May 1 March & Rally in Los Angeles.

May Day 2011 Los Angeles Coalition includes: Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, Full Rights for Immigrants Coalition, MIWON, CHIRLA, KIWA, SEIU, LIUNA, AFL-CIO West, National Day Laborer Organizing Network, FIRM, UCLA Labor Center, COFEM, ANSWER Coalition, Immanuel Presbyterian Church, Naitonal Lawyers Guild, Islamic Circle of North America, CLUE, Students Fight Back (Pasadena CC, Cerritos, CSU Long Beach, CSU Fullerton, Los Angeles CC, Harbor College, Long Beach CC, Santa Monica College, Comites de Base del FMLN, Danza Azteca Cuauhtemoc, Frente Sandinista de Liberación Nacional, Frente Unido de Pueblos/United Front of the Peoples of the Americas, Bantay Pilipinas, AF3IRM (Association of Filipinas, Feminists Fighting Imperialism, Re-feudalization, and Marginalization), Comittee to Save Casa Mexicana, Corazon del Pueblo, Party for Socialism and Liberation, Echo Park Community Coalition, Alliance for Just and Lasting Peace in the Philippines, KmB Pro-People Youth, Ecumenical Fellowship for Justice and Peace, March Forward!, Communities United for Justice, Free Palestine Alliance, Students for Justice in Palestine, Estancia High School Peace Club, Coalición por la Paz y Democracia en Honduras, Frente Hondureño de Resistencia Popular, Inland Empire Rapid Response Network, Topanga Peace Alliance, Islamic Shura Council of Southern California and many others.

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