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Mayday Reclaim The Streets Mobile Dance Party
Date Thursday May 01
Time 2:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location Details
Gather at 2pm at Dolores Park (19th & Dolores), SF
Parade begins at 3:30pm to Civic Center Plaza (Polk & Grove)
Leave Civic Center Plaza around 5pm to a secret location
Event Type Party/Street Party
Organizer/Authorsfrts
Mayday! Reclaim The Streets! Mobile Dance Party!
Thursday, May 1st, 2008
This event will last ALL DAY, be entirely outdoors, 100% FREE.

Gather at 2pm at Dolores Park (19th & Dolores), SF
Parade begins at 3:30pm to Civic Center Plaza (Polk & Grove)
Leave Civic Center Plaza around 5pm to a secret location

This event will be friendly for families, cyclists, rollerskaters, sk8ers, pedestrians, wheel-chair-operators, stilt-walkers, unicyclists, etc!

Bring food, beverage, costumes, hats, masks, jump rope, noisemakers, boom-boxes, yourself, your good mood, your lovely friends and families, balloons, sidewalk chalk, face paint, glitter, sign making materials, markers, paint, hula-hoops, pogo-sticks, mobile BBQ... ...

...oh yeah and GENERAL STRIKE! Call in sick! Buy NOTHING! Sell NOTHING! Burn an effigy of your boss(es).
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Added to the calendar on Monday Apr 28th, 2008 10:46 PM

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by May Day Organizer
Thursday May 1st, 2008 10:26 AM
As difficult as it is to plan a peaceful march, you should really have more respect for the immigrant community. We are also victims of gentrification and marginalization, and it is shameful to use this kind of divisive tactic used by people who should stand in solidarity with people of color and minorities. Honestly, plan your own march.
by Mayday
Thursday May 1st, 2008 11:15 AM
WTF? How is this divisive? This event is standing in solidarity with the immigrant rights march by joining up with it. It won't break away on its own until the march ends at Civic Center. Honestly, the divisiveness is being caused by comments full of assumptions and unsubstantiated claims like yours.
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