The open-borders lobby can try and hide its radicalism with a carefully-orchestrated show of American flags, but the movement’s reconquista roots always expose themselves on May Day. The first sign above was displayed at the 2006 May Day protest in Denver and the infamous American flag-toppling in the second photo took place at a Montebello (CA) H.S. May Day march. The third photo comes from the Arizona protest last week, via Mark Krikorian. And the fourth photo is the official May Day (Che Day!) 2010 image. Take a refresher course here and here.
As I noted last week in my gallery of open-borders extremists, the Che Guevara-loving, sovereignty-destroying agitators are leading today’s annual illegal alien marches across the country. The National Immigrant Solidary Network is organizing many of the events (background on the group from Discover the Networks here). See if there’s one in your neighborhood and help do the reporting the MSM won’t do. Oh, and a warning: Beware of Purple-Shirted SEIU amnesty thugs:
10:00 AM 41933 Blacow Road. Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe (dress in white)
Los Angeles (1)
10:00am – 2:00pm
Olympic and Broadway
Organized by: Southern California Immigration Coalition
Los Angeles (2)
Corner of Broadway and Olympic
10:00 AM March starts at Veteran’s Park which is on the corner of Main and Third street.
1:00 PM Fruitvale BART
10:00am – 2:00pm
Del Parque La Plaza a la alcaldía 7th and Mt. Vernon in San Bernadino, CA.
From Chicano Park To Federal Building and beyond.
By: California Mayday Coalition
12 noon March assembles at 24th and Mission Sts
2 p.m. Rally at Civic Center Plaza (Grove and Polk Sts)
Story & King road at 4:00 PM People are gathering on the side of Target/Gallo, then marching TO San Jose City Hall (Santa Clara and 5th)
Contact: Socorro Reyes-McCord, e-mail: email@example.com
50 Canal Street Pickleweed Park
Sasscer Park in the city of Santa Ana (on Santa Ana Blvd., between North Parton and North Ross Streets; next to Santa Ana Civic Center).
Organized by: Hermandad Mexicana Latinoamericana, Mexican American Political Association (MAPA), MAPA Youth Leadership, Southern California Immigration Coalition, Liberty and Justice for Immigrants Movement, National Alliance for Immigrant’s Rights.
Contact: Nativo V. Lopez, (323) 269-1575 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
10:00 AM from McKinley Park, El Dorado and 8th Streets to the downtown for a Rally to be held at Eden Park on Acacia and El Dorado Streets. Contact: May 1st Committee 2010 Luis Magaña (209) 474-3599 email@example.com
10:00 A.M. MEET AT THE CAPITOL THEN MARCH TO SKYLINE PARK ON 16TH & ARAPAHOE.
CONTACT (SPANISH) NACHO @ 720-621-7468 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
(ENGLISH) PATRICK @ 303-618-8677 email@example.com
Assemble at Grand Avenue
District of Columbia
2:00pm – 5:00pm
Location:Lafayette Park, in front of the White House
*Maryland: buses will leave CASA de Maryland centers starting at 12:30.
For more information, call 301-431-4185
Rally at IBEW Hall, 1657 NW 17th Ave.
Union Park, 1501 w Randolph
MAYDAY BLAST! Evening Performance
Doors Open 5pm – Live Music at 8pm
Casa Aztlan 1831 S. Racine – Pilsen
Noon – 2:00 PM
Everett, Chelsea, East Boston
12:00pm – 3:00pm Everett, Chelsea, East Boston
12pm, Everett City Hall
1pm, Chelsea City Hall Rally & Celebration:
2pm, Lopresti Park, East Boston
By: May 1st Coalition – Everett, Chelsea, East Boston
9:00 AM Allmendinger Park (corner of Pauline and Edgewood, west of Main)
March with us in Southwest Detroit(48209), Patton Park to Clark Park
12:00 NOON – MEET US on West Vernor & Woodmere (48209)
1:00PM – MARCH BEGINS towards Clark Park
2:00 PM – RALLY at Clark Park
Contact: Rosendo (313) 580 – 5474 firstname.lastname@example.org or Ignacio (313) 575 – 4933 laborexchange@AOL.com
“Dream Act” Activist: Evelyn (313) 258 – 2486 email@example.com
Jhonathan (616) 570 – 1289 firstname.lastname@example.org
Latinos Unidos/United de Michigan P.O.Box 28204 Detroit Michigan 48228 http://www.luum.org/
Start at 2:00 p.m. in Martin Luther King Park at 41st Street and Nicollet Avenue.
Organized by the Minnesota Immigrant Rights Action Coalition (MIRAc), Mujeres en Liderazgo, Workers Interfaith Network, La Asemblea de Derechos Civiles, Mujeres Levantando Mujeres, and FMLN-MN.
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
Leave America’s Center at 11:30 am. The noon vigil at Kiener Plaza will include interfaith prayer, puppetista street theater and music.
For More information, download: http://new.gbgm-umc.org/umw/assembly/?C=6027&i=33456
Meet at Commercial Center at 4:30pm Rally at 5:00pm March will begin at 5:30pm (From commercial Center to Federal Courthouse ) Vigil at 7:30pm (Federal Courthouse)
Organized by: United Coalition for Im/migrant Rights
4:30 PM Machester City Hall
Military Park, Newark
Read the full flyer in English, in Spanish, in Portuguese.
Sponsors: Jobs for All Campaign of NJ, NJ-ACLU, Peoples Organization for Progress, NJ May 1 Coalition, Solidaridad Hispana-Americana Info: Jay 504-520-9521 email@example.com
4:00pm – 7:00pm
The Green, Morristown, NJ
Co-Sponsored by: Wind of the Spirit, New Jersey Immigration Policy Network (NJIPN), Pax Christi NJ. Migrant Ministry of the Diocese of Paterson For Information contact Wind of the Spirit: 973-538-2035 email: firstname.lastname@example.org 19 Market St. Morristown, NJ
Martin Luther King Park
Corner of Front St. and North Franklin St. The march will begin assembling on the corner of Front St. and North Franklin St. at 11 AM and will step off at Noon. Marchers will arrive at the parking lot at Fulton and Washington at 12:30 PM for a rally expected to last until 2 PM. There will be speakers and music at the rally.
2:00pm – 4:30pm
begin 2:00PM @ RPCC, North Campus, Cornell University and follow this schedule,
2:15, leave RPCC
2:30, arrive at Central Campus
2:45: leave Central Campus
3:00: arrive at Collegetown,
3:15: leave Collegetown
3:30: arrive at Commons (Bernie Milton Pavillion)
3:30 – 4:30: Speakers and music on the commons!
New York (1)
Contact: (212)633-6646 http://www.may1.info
New York (2) – Washington Heights
11:00 AM – 9:00 PM
March & Rally throughout the day in Washington Heights, Harlem and East Harlem/El Barrio Beginning at 11:00 am, 181st & St. Nicholas Avenue (#1 train to 181st Street)
Mid-way gathering point: 2:30-3:30: 125th Street & Amsterdam (#1 or #A)
New York (3)
For more information: http://nycdsa.files.wordpress.com/2009/09/may-day-flyer-final.pdf
New York (4) – MAYDAY MOBILIZATION AT NIKETOWN IN NYC
12:00 PM The United Students Against Sweatshops and Team Sweat have organized a demonstration outside Nike’s flagship New York City location on 57th street for Saturday, May 1, at 12pm.
For more info: http://www.usasnet.org
New York (5) NY International Workers’ Day Evening Celebration!
5:30 PM -12:00 AM
71 Hester Street – Public School 42, First Floor (between Orchard and Ludlow St.)
Contact: National Mobilization Against SweatShops (NMASS) Tel: (212) 358-0295
11:00 AM Market Square, W. 25th and Lorain 11 A.M.
Rally at Market Square 11:30 March for Immigrant Rights
1 P.M. Reception at The Storefront, 4241 Lorain Ave.
April 30 – May 1 24 Hour Vigil in front of Congressman Latourette’s Office Outside of the office of Congressman Steve Latourette, 1 Victoria Place, Painesville
11am: Gather at the SW Park Blocks (SW Park and Salmon)
Email email@example.com to endorse, co-sponsor, or volunteer.
12:00 PM Pavilion Oregon State Fair Grounds, 2330 17th Street Northeast, Salem, OR
12:00 PM – 3:00 PM
National Civil Rights Museum
1:00 PM Cathedral Santuario de Guadalupe 2215 Ross Ave. Dallas, TX 75201
to Dallas City Hall
Contact: (214)948-6104 http://www.Megamarch.com
4 PM sharp.
March begins at the corner of Bellaire Blvd. and Renwick (5900 Bellaire Blvd, 77081)
Sponsored by CRECEN, America Para Todos and many other local groups
Milan Park (in front of Santa Rosa Hospital)
Judkins Park 611 20th Ave S, Seattle, WA
12 p.m. Brittingham Park
1-866-476-0884 | 29 E. Wilson St # 202 Madison WI 53703 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Web: www.uniondetrabajadores.org
Starts at 12 PM
Voces de la Frontera
1027 South 5th Street
For more information: (414)643-1620
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