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Tue Apr 25 2006
Monterey Bay Area May Day Actions
A DAY WITHOUT IMMIGRANTS: Don't Buy! Don't Work! Don't Go to School!
Protest song: El Primero de Mayo

The players, coaches and families of La Liga de la Comunidad (Santa Cruz Community Soccer League) encourage you to join a nonviolent march and rally for immigrant rights on Monday, May 1st, International Labor Day, at 12:00 noon. Assemble at Beach Flats Park at Raymond and Liebrant Streets in Santa Cruz. Read more | spanish and english flyer

DIA SIN INMIGRANTE: No Compre! No Trabaje! No Vaya a la Escuela!
Los jugadores, entrenadores, y familias de la Liga de la Comunidad les invitan a participar en la marcha pacifica y mitlin por los derechos de los inmigrantes. El lunes primer de Mayo, a las doce del dia. Reunase en el Parque de los Beach Flats (en la playa). mas informacion | aviador en español y ingles

UCSC students are planning to hold a demonstration in solidarity with campus workers, the Santa Cruz community, the nation, and the working class around the globe. There will be a demonstration at the base of campus at 10:00am and a march at 12 noon. Read more

The Immigrant Rights Coalition of Watsonville will settle for nothing less than full amnesty and legalization for the millions of undocumented workers presently in the United States. March at 1:00pm and vigil at 7:00pm in the Watsonville Plaza, Beach and Main Street. There will be keynote speakers, teatro and music. Read more

In Salinas, people will gather at Closter Park at 10:00am and then march through Salinas ending at Constitution Park near Natividad County Hospital for a rally from 12:00 - 4:00pm. Another march will begin at 4:00pm at Constitution Park, ending with another rally at Constitution Park at 5:30pm. Read more

see also: For May Day and Beyond: White People Step Up for Immigrant Rights! || May Day Special: Worker Songs Vol1 || Pamphlet for MayDay (bilingual) || A Small Taste of Santa Cruz Organizing
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