[act-ma] 5/1 - May Day on Boston Common - Resist Deportations!

John john.r.harris at verizon.net
Mon Apr 24 20:33:08 PDT 2017


Should a classmate be imprisoned and deported if her parents arrived in the
US without proper documentation? If you think not then join us on May Day
and take a stand.  The government in Washington has launched a generalized
assault on our lives, rights and living conditions. 

 

>From the racist attacks on Muslims, Migrants, and African-Americans to
attacks on healthcare, women, and our environment, working people and youth
are under fire! 

 

Please join us on May Day, International Workers Day, Monday, May 1 at 5:00
PM on the Boston Common. We will be rallying at the Parkman Bandstand and
then we will March to Copley Square. For more information visit
BostonMayDay.org  or Facebook at BostonMDC  or call 617-230-9382  

 

 

The government in Washington has launched a generalized assault on our
lives, rights and living conditions. The leading edge of this assault is the
criminalization and attacks on Migrants. The United States is largely a
country of migrants. Migration has been the norm throughout the continent
and world for centuries. Let's stand in solidarity with the working families
who are seeking refuge from wars, violence, and economic devastation. Let us
stand with those who want a better life for themselves and their families.
The time is now to Resist the Deportations!

 

All working class communities are affected by the campaign against migrants.
Our rights and living conditions fall below many developed countries
precisely because of the divisions we suffer caused by the systemic racism
and xenophobia that continues today in the US. An injury to one is an injury
to all! Let us take our fight to the centers of power.



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