Saturday, April 15, 2017

Save the date: May 1, 2017

In the tradition of May Day, on Monday, May 1, many immigrants and their allies will be choosing to strike.

Dear MoveOn member,

May Day—long a day for workers' rights and more recently for immigrant rights—will mark an opportunity to renew our commitment to resistance and to stand with frontline communities just after the 100 day mark of the Trump administration. 

Our allies in immigrant communities, including Movimiento Cosecha and the Fair Immigration Reform Movement (FIRM) amongst others, are leading the way on a day of resistance and solidarity. In the tradition of May Day, many immigrants and their allies will be choosing to strike, while others will boycott, gather, and join in various acts of solidarity.

Over the next few weeks, we will be following up with ways MoveOn members can get involved all across the country. In the meantime, help us spread the word about May 1 by sharing the graphic below. 

Thanks for all you do.

—Iram, Matt, Brian, Elsie, and the rest of the team

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