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Tue Apr 28 2009 May Day Events at UCSC, Santa Cruz and in Watsonville
May 1st March and Rally in Watsonville for Immigrant and Worker Rights On Friday, May 1st from 4:00 - 9:00pm there will be May Day activities in the Watsonville Plaza, including speakers, free consultations with lawyers, films, and more. At 6:00pm, people throughout the Monterey Bay Area will rally and march to demand justice, human rights, and comprehensive immigration reform with pathways to citizenship. Read more

see also: May Day at UCSC and in Santa Cruz | Bike to Watsonville for May Day March

Previous coverage of May Day in the Monterey Bay Area: 2006 | 2007 | 2008

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