"Tax the rich!" as police officers looked on.
"I do believe that MA can definitely be a leader across the United States in demonstrating what happens when we act from a place of love rather than from a place of fear", she said.
Labor unions and immigrant advocacy groups will lead May Day rallies in cities across the United States on Monday, with organizers expecting larger-than-usual turnouts to protest the immigration policies of President Donald Trump. The day is commemorated as a national holiday in over 80 countries. An analysis from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania found that immigrants "tend to take jobs in manual-labor-intensive occupations, such as agriculture and construction", that native-born Americans would not otherwise take. Jorge-Mario Cabrera, spokesman for the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles, said 30 to 40 groups had participated in such protests in recent years.
Indian workers and members of various trade unions dressed in red take part in a rally on the occasion of International Workers' Day in Bangalore on Monday.
"But I can be here and brought other people who can be here as well", Ana Rondon, an immigrant's rights activist said.
"We know that the Trump administration is attacking our communities, and we are here to stay and here to be united", Jose Palma, organizing director of the community group Neighbor to Neighbor, told the crowd.
The Washington marchers began their trek through the city at Dupont Circle and ended up at the White House.
"They didn't find them, but they did arrest at least a dozen others and put them in deportation proceedings", Joel says. The Salvadorian business leader said his 18 workers were spending the morning making banners to take to a rally that will end in front of the White House.
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In Concord, activists have scheduled a May Day rally and march to begin at 4 p.m.at Meadow Homes Park at 1351 Detroit Ave.
And in some cities, the protest took on a local tone.
The educators have been working almost four years without a contract and almost five without a pay raise.
Union members march globally May 1 in support of workers' rights. Schools were open, and the district said it was working with principals and substitute teachers to make sure classes wouldn't be disrupted.
Thousands of people from New England to the Midwest to the West Coast chanted, picketed and protested Monday as demonstrations raged against President Donald Trump's immigration policies along with the traditional May Day marching in favor of labor. The event in 2006 became a US rallying point for immigrants, with more than 1 million people marching against a proposed immigration enforcement bill.
The US protests focused on Trump's crackdown on illegal immigration as he presses police agencies around the country to assist federal efforts at rounding up individuals sought for deportation and threatens to withhold federal dollars for cities that do not cooperate, which have been dubbed "sanctuary cities".
In Shemanski Park in Portland, Oregon, before the violence broke out hundreds of people, including some families with children, gathered and watched dancers in bright feathered headdresses perform to the beat of drums.
Many participants this year noted that the collegial and festive atmosphere has also been overshadowed by the grim reality that Trump's policies are hurting thousands of workers and immigrants. And the platform of the Women's March in January was similarly broad, adding LGBTQIA, worker, and disability rights.