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May Day Immigrants' Rights March in San Jose (2 of 4)
San Jose, California (May 1, 2006) – A crowd of many thousands came out to the streets of San Jose to march for immigrants rights.
In an exciting display of community action, thousands upon thousands of people poured into the streets of San Jose to call for immigrants rights. The march began at Story Rd. and S. King Rd., in San Jose. The procession proceded up S. King Rd. to Alum Rock Ave. and turned left to head West down Santa Clara St.
This is part 2 of 4, covering the march as it goes up King and turns West down Alum Rock.
Heading under the 680 Freeway overpass
Marchers stop traffic and demand their rights
The new civil rights movement has begun
Marchers in force
Marching under many flags
The crowd passes under the 680 Freeway
I will upload a video file of this part of the march later. It was one of the most exciting and energetic parts of the march.
Coming out from under the 680 Freeway overpass
Marchers in high spirits
Everyone deserves full rights and a full stomach
Where King's legacy and our dreams meet
Marchers off all different ages come out
Preserving Mexican heritage takes more than a building
These marchers prove that the community is alive.
Is Arnold listening?
Marchers making the turn onto Alum Rock Ave.
More than just cruising
A new generation takes a stand
Marchers go on and on
Too many to count, too many to stop