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May 1st is celebrated around the world as International Workers Day and is marked by militant struggle demanding rights for poor and working people.
Throughout the latest U.S.-backed Israeli assault on Gaza (Nov. 14-21), protesters took to the streets throughout the United States and of course around the world.
At some locations, people recognized Peta from Jezebel coverage, and a few people recognized Yari from his speaking engagement at Rhode Island College earlier in the year.
En algunos lugares, la gente reconocía a Peta por la cobertura brindada en la revista Jezebel. Algunas personas reconocieron a Yari como resultado de sus presentaciones en Rhode Island College.
May 1 is celebrated around the world as International Workers Day. Following are May Day reports from the streets by activists with Party for Socialism and Liberation.
After 70 days and 71 nights of encampment at Dewey Square, Occupy Boston was raided by the police at 5:00 a.m. on the morning of Dec. 10.
On May 1, tens of thousands took to the streets across the country to demand legalization for all immigrants and to stop deportations and the attacks on workers.
When bombs and missiles began raining down on the people of Libya. The ANSWER Coalition immediately put out a call for protests to take place across the country to demand "Stop the bombing of Libya."
On March 19, thousands of people took to the streets to demand an end to U.S. war and military intervention abroad and funding for people's needs at home. Read first hand reports.
Demonstrators gathered in front of the Massachusetts State House on Feb. 12 to protest the anti-immigrant “Secure Communities” program.