a day without ImMIGRANTS |


Join us International Workers Day May 1, 2017 in a general strike and day without worker’s as we gather to protest the worsening conditions for workers across the country. Visit the Facebook event page  for more details on actions for May 1st. 2017 in Central New York

#May1Strike | #ShutItDownMay1
WE refuse to stay silent as government and corporate interests:

Escalate immigration raids that are shattering families
Violate Native sovereignty and ban Muslims because of their faith
Increase the criminalization of Black and Brown communities and exclude trans people from public life
Drive down wages, safety protections, and organizing rights while rapidly destroying the environment

Our Demand 

We strike together for a world where the most marginalized working families live with dignity, safety, and power.

We need to show this Administration, Congress and large corporate interests that our human and economic worth is more powerful than their agenda of hate and greed. Opposing Trump is not enough. We must stop him.

#may1strike is an invitation from the Food Chain Workers Alliance and SEIU USWW, The Workers’ Center of CNY and many other organizations in the country to build a General Strike on International Workers Day. Stand with us to pledge your participation and take the Actions below to get involved now

Organizations in Central New York that support May 1st Strike: A day without immigrants:

Workers’ Center of Central New York, Syracuse Peace Council, Workers’ World Party.

 Picture: Rally to support Dolores and Jose in Rochester - Dolores is standing on the right corner. 3/9/17


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The Workers’ Center of Central New York is a grassroots organization focused upon workplace and economic justice. Through community organizing, leadership development, popular education and policy advocacy, the Workers’ Center of Central New York aims to empower marginalized, low-wage workers to combat workplace abuses and improve wages and working conditions throughout the community.

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