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May Day: March for Immigrant Rights in Hempstead, LI, NY

KW writes: If you cannot get to the city for one of Occupy May Day events on Tuesday, May 1st, this march may be a good place to go to be among like minds. I, personally, disagree with some of the specific bills and proposals that some folks have listed as part of the message. Though, I can agree with the spirit of justice and tolerance for immigrants, and I think it would be good to march with signs and thoughts of “peace” and “Occupy May Day”.

So, consider gathering at 3:30 in Hempstead, Nassau County, Long Island, New York for this May Day event, with the march kickoff at 4:oopm.

Some info in English and Spanish below:

Tuesday, May First: March in Hempstead at 4pm
Grand march for immigrant rights.

HUMANE AND COMPREHENSIVE IMMIGRATION REFORM FOR ALL!!!

3:30 pm: sidewalk of 91 N Franklin St.
4:00-4:30 pm march to corner of Fulton Avenue and Hilton av.
4:30 pm -5:00 walk to Fulton Ave and Washington St
5:00 pm-6:30 Act protocol. Corner of Fulton St. and Washington St.

*JOBS FOR EVERY BODY

NO TO SECURE COMMUNITIES PROGRAM!!!
NO TO DEPORTATION!!!
NO TO ANTI-EMIGRANTS LAW!!!
NO TO FORCLOSURE

Information 516-565-5377, 516-582-2720
Workplace Project

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GRAN MARCHA POR LOS INMIGRANTES
MARTES 1 DE MAYO
Hempstead NY

3:30pm: punto de reuniun acera de 91 N Franklin st.
4:00-4:30pm marcha a esquina de Fulton Av. y Hilton av.
4:30pm -5:00 de Fulton Ave y Washington st
5:00pm- 6:30 Acto protocolar. Esquina de Fulton ave y Washingon st

REFORMA MIGRATORIA
HUMANA Y COMPRENSIVA PARA TODOS

NO AL PROGRAMA COMUNIDADES SEGURAS!!!
NO A LAS DEPORTACIONES!!!
NO A LAS LEYES ANTIEMIGRANTES!!!

Informacion 516-565-5377;  516-582-2720
Centro de Derechos Laborales

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