May 1 will bring together Indivisibles and labor groups across California to fight the Trump agenda of deporting and terrorizing immigrants. We are uniting with longstanding progressive organizations–for working people, people of color, and immigrants’ rights–standing against the Trump agenda to declare: we are all one people! It’s a public festival and massive show of solidarity to support the largest immigrant-led political action since the election, stand for working families, and welcome the triumphant return of the Caravan Against Fear in its journey across the border to call out sheriffs who cooperate with ICE and their destruction of families.
As organizer Al Rojas says, “It’s about sharing our work & educating those that are not are aware of the issues of working families–it’s about the millions of people who are are being exploited by the corporations & politicians who only care about $$ when it’s the workers who have struggled to win the benefits of Social Security, decent working conditions, pensions, job security, a decent wage and medical benefits”
We join together to march, to vote, and to support the vulnerable: “if you come for any, you’ll have to deal with the many.”
Sign to join us: We meet in Sacramento’s Southside park at 10am then march to the Capitol!
You can join us there or register to carpool with us at 9:30 from Davis or nearby areas:
To get more involved come to the final organizing meeting Monday April 24 6-7:30pm at USWW-Janitors Union Hall, 1421 21st Street, Rm 310 – Mid-Town Sacramento, CA
And follow the caravan’s journey across the border and back home to Sacramento here: