Organized by North Bay Jobs with Justice, SEIU 1021, SRJC Young Dems, SRJC Sociology Club, and SRJC Movimiento Estudiantil Chican@ de Aztlan (MEChA)
On May 1, 1886, more than 300,000 workers in 13,000 businesses across the United States walked off their jobs in the first May Day celebration in history.
Since then May Day has been shaped each year by the various communities of workers that have fought the attacks by corporations in the name of greed and xenophobia.
This May Day
We will not be silent.
It will not be business as usual.
Sonoma will join the workers across the country and globally on May 1st to raise our voices
Program of the Day:
Join us on Bertolini Quad!
11am – 12pm Teach In
– Celebrating Labor Union Organizers
– Contributions of Unions to the Labor Movement worldwide and to building a strong middle class in the United States
12pm Rally & Speak Out!
Hear from workers and community, with time for open mic
1pm – 2pm Teach In Continued
– Contributions of immigrants to the labor movement
– How unions are continuing the fight to take on corporate greed
5:30pm Worker Defense Training on Workplace Raids in the Bertolini Student Center
11-3pm Student Activities Center: Film showings
Bertolini Quad: Art, music and information on your local labor unions.
THANK YOU to our sponsors:
Living Wage Coalition
North Bay Organizing Project