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How Will You Celebrate May Day?

How Will You Celebrate May Day?

On International Workers' Day, also known as May Day, working families are standing up across the United States, demanding action be taken on senseless deportations that hurt workers, families and communities. 

May Day is an opportunity to celebrate the world's workers and the contributions we make to society. 

How will you celebrate May Day this year?

Share the AFL-CIO May Day Facebook graphic and poster by the artist Melanie Cervantes:

At 8:30 p.m. EDT a light projection highlighting immigrant workers and the need to end deportations will be displayed on the front of AFL-CIO headquarters in Washington, D.C. Follow the hashtags #Not1More and #2Million2Many for pictures of the projection. 

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