Working people throughout California are planning actions to honor May Day: International Workers’ Day. Below find resources and information on actions near you!
Caravan Against Fear – learn more and find an action near you
Bakersfield: May Day RESIST March and Rally
Concord: May Day Global Day of Action in Contra Costa!
Fresno May Day March and Protest
Los Angeles: May 1st “Resist Los Angeles” March and Rally
Monterey May Day Action
Oakland: International Workers’ Day General Strike and March
Riverside: May Day March and Rally: Rising together to protect our values
Sacramento: May Day International Workers Day March
San Diego Workers and Community Resist!/Trabajadores yCommunidad Resisten!
San Francisco May Day Rallies
San Jose: South Bay May Day
Santa Rosa: Saturday April 29th: March for Jobs, Justice & the Climate
AND May Day Action
Find a #DayWithoutAnImmigrant action near you at may1.org
Join the conversation online! Click here to access the AFL-CIO May Day Digital Toolkit
Caravan Against Fear is a sweeping mobilization to protect immigrant families and unite communities to resist Trump’s politics of hate.
This historic three-week journey through California and across the southern border region will defend immigrant rights, keep families together, resist Trump’s cruel and racist immigration policies, and build momentum for the May 1 National Strike.
Learn more about the Caravan Against Fear and find an action near you at www.caravanagainstfear.org
March & Rally in downtown Bakersfield:
The peaceful march will begin at Mill Creek Park, proceed to the Liberty Bell, and return to the same park for an all-day, family-friendly rally with food, speakers, music, and cultural activities.
Date: May 1,2017
Time: 10:00am to 3:00pm
Concord Unite! March for housing, immigrant, and worker justice! Keep hard working Concord families together and safe.
Date: May 1st, 2017
Gather: 4:00 PM — Meadow Homes Park
March: 5:00 PM
Rally: 6:00 PM — Todos Santos Plaza
Join us to protest the oppressive and inhumane measures targeting immigrant families in our community!
3pm March: Meet Cedar/Kings Canyon Rd.,
5pm Rally: Fresno Courthouse Park, Tulare & Van Ness Streets.
Rally will feature speakers and music
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information (phone: 559-499-1178, or 559-908-6701)
The march will start at MacArthur Park, west of Downtown Los Angeles, at 11 a.m. and conclude in front of City Hall with a rally. For more information including flyers available for download, visit: weresist.la/
More information on the march and rally from organizers:
The May Day Coalition seeks to engage at least 100,000 persons in an act of resistance to the threats facing our democracy, civil institutions, and individual and collective rights, and to denounce the lack of compassion towards families and the most vulnerable in our society.
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Cesar Chavez Park
250 N. Madeira Ave
Salinas, CA 93905
March begins at 3pm at Fruitvale Plaza, Ends at San Antonio ParkFruitvale Plaza Address: 3526 San Leandro St
Oakland, CA 94601 United States
Monday May 1st 2017 at 10:00 am
Starting Location: Fairmount Park, 2601 Fairmount Blvd., Riverside, CA 92501
Are you planning on joining? RSVP today via the Facebook event page
More information on the march from organizers:
On Monday, May 1, the Inland Coalition for Immigrant Justice will hold a march and rally in support of immigrant rights and justice for our communities in RIVERSIDE!!
We rise together to protect immigrants, workers, the differently abled, women, children, youth, the elderly, and indigenous and LGBTQIA communities. We value education and health for all, environmental, racial, and economic justice, religious freedom, and ending the criminalization of our communities.
Join workers and activists on May 1st to march for International Workers’ Day! The march will begin at 10am at South Side Park and end with a rally at the West Steps of the Capitol. Email email@example.com for more information.
May 1 @ 3:00 pm
Union del Barrio, SEIU-USWW workers, and the Justice Can’t Coalition alongside several community organizations and labor unions are planning a large scale rally and march that will start at the Federal Building in downtown San Diego and commence in Chicano Park. Students, Immigrants, Workers, and Communities will unite in this day without ALL of US!
This is a call to all working people and communities/Este Un llamada para toda la gente trabajadora y todos lascomunidades:Join in the streets/Unase a nosotros en las calles!
- May 1
- 3:00 pm – 9:00 pm
880 Front St.
San Diego, CA 92101
- RSVP via Facebook here
8 a.m. – Meet at Montgomery BART station for targeted rally
11 a.m. – Rally and March beginning at Justin Herman Plaza
2 p.m. – Rally at Civic Center
Join thousands of workers across the country and the world as we take to the streets to SHUT IT DOWN! No Work! No School! No Shopping!
San Jose will march from the Mexican Heritage Plaza/School of Arts and Culture to the Arena Gardens (Santa Clara St./ Autumn St.) along Alum Rock Ave./Santa Clara St.
Program begins at 1:00
Marching at 3:00
Marchers will gather at 12:00 p.m. at Roseland Plaza by the Dollar Tree, 675 Sebastopol Rd. Beginning at 1 p.m. there will be speakers, music and a ceremony led by traditional Aztec dancers. The march will begin at 2 p.m. and end at Santa Rosa City Hall with a rally.
More information on the march from organizers:
Dozens of labor, environmental, racial justice and peace-seeking groups, including Comité VIDA, 350 Sonoma, Peace & Justice Center of Sonoma County, Sierra Club Redwood Chapter, North Bay Jobs With Justice, Community Action Coalition and Service Employees International Union, are leading a march and rally April 29 to promote freedom and justice for all and continued action to curb climate change.
The event is a merging of the traditional Sonoma County May Day march for workers’ and immigrants’ rights and a sister March for Climate, Jobs, and Justice in Washington, D.C. The May Day March, annually organized by the May 1st Coalition, honors International Workers’ Day, and this year, with a larger coalition, points to the growing resistance against the Trump administration’s increasingly destructive policies on its 100th day in office.
Santa Rosa May Day Action
At the Santa Rosa Junior College
11 a.m. – 2 p.m.: Main events & Teach-In, with more activities throughout the day!
12 p.m.: Rally/March & Speak Out! @ Bertolini Quad
2 p.m. – 5 p.m.: Art, music, information on local organized workers unions, and more
5:30 p.m.: Worker Defense Training on Workplace Raids in the Bertolini Student Center
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions/concerns