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MAY DAY -- 5/1/10

 



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On Saturday, May 1 in lower Manhattan, close to 10,000 people took part in a rally for labor and immigrant rights. Organized by the Coalition for Labor and Immigrant Rights & Jobs for All, the protest’s more than 70 endorsers included the PSC, UFT, NYSUT, Laborers, Teamsters and UFCW locals, DC37, Local 1199, SEIU 32-BJ, TWU Local 100, Taxi Workers’ Alliance, Left Labor Project, WFP, NAACP, NY Civic Participation Project, NY Immigration Coalition, Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights, and a range of local organizations in immigrant communities.

A future generation of labor leaders marches on May Day.  Photo courtesy of the Baena family.

PSC banner carried by Steve Leberstein, Retiree Chapter (l) and Costas Panayotakis, NYCTC (r).  Photo credit: Dave Sanders.

Penny Lewis, Murphy Institute, and daughter Clara.  Photo credit: Dave Sanders.

Feed the cities, not the war!  Photo credit: Dave Sanders.

Feel the power.  Photo credit: Dave Sanders.

PSC President Barbara Bowen addresses the rally.  Photo credit: Dave Sanders.

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