Workers, stand up and struggle!

Unión del Barrio, a 28 year-old organization that struggles for the self-determination of the Mexicana/o working class communities, will commemorate International Workers Day on this May 1st.
 
Unión del Barrio makes a call to our community to organize themselves and demand respect for the rights of all workers regardless of their immigration status. With this call we also demand an immediate end to the ICE/immigration raids in our communities, which criminalizes and separates working class families. We recognize that the economic crisis that currently exists in the world today has been placed on the backs of working class people and now is the time to unite and organize ourselves to struggle for a just and dignified life.

This May 1st at Chicano Park beginning at 11:00a.m. all those who believe in the rights of workers will unite to demand:

    An immediate end to the ICE/Immigration Raids
    An immediate stop to the criminalization of Workers
    Respect the human rights of working class families!

 
¡Vivan los y las Trabajadores!
¡Viva el Pueblo Organizado!
 
This action is endorsed by: MEChA SDSU, Club IDEAS, Comité de Derechos Humanos Escondido, Angeles de Desierto, AFSC, Colectivo Zapatista, Activist San Diego, Association of Raza Educators-SD, May 1st Coalition, Comité de Derechos Humanos Digna Ochoa, Frente Indigena de Organizaciones Oxaqueñas Binacional, Gabrileta Network/AF3RM.

For more information, or to endorse this event, please contact info_sd@uniondelbarrio.org.
 

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