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May Day Immigrants' Rights March in San Jose (part 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 proceeded up S. King Rd. to Alum Rock Ave. and turned left to head West down Santa Clara St.
This is part 4 of my photos.
Coming into downtown
Marchers stretch beyond site
United We Stand
Coordinating the marchers
Making themselves heard
Carrying the banner
San Jose's $300 million protester misting system
Security had blocked off direct access to the plaza in front of City Hall.
Protesters taking a break, wondering where Ron Gonzales went
The civil rights struggles overlap
Protesting in style
Nearing the end of the march
Close to the pavilion
Lining the streets
A protester makes himself perfectly clear
The struggle continues