On historic May Day, immigrant, refugee, labor, and faith leaders will gather to rally behind the rights of ALL people in Chicago! Meet in Union Park at 1pm to rally and march from there.
Travel to the rally with DPOP and members of our Immigration Committee and our Labor/Fight for $15 committee. Meet at the Oak Park Avenue Green Line station at 12:15 and take the El to Lake and Ashland. We will walk to Union Park for the first rally. From there we will march downtown to Daley Center.
Or you can meet us at the second rally at Daley Center at 4:00pm. Look for the DPOP banner!
Monday, May 1
1:00 PM Rally in Union Park, Chicago
2:00 PM March
4:00 PM Rally in Daley Plaza, Chicago
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