Children Lead May Day Mobilizations Across the Country

All month long, diverse communities from across the US have been working together to unite movements for Beyond the Moment, today’s May Day National Day of Action. More than 37 sponsoring national organizations — along with hundreds of local communities representing “Black and Brown people, immigrant communities, Indigenous people, the economically unstable, women, children, the disabled, the LGBTQ community and those fighting for our right to clean air and water” — are marching, striking and resisting hate and white supremacy. Among those calling us all to action today are children who came together in solidarity during their spring break for the National Domestic Worker Alliance’s sponsored We Belong Together Kids Caravan from Miami to Washington, DC.

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