Mexican Immigrants Call For A Day of Action

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Mexican Immigrants Call For A Day of Action

May 1st will be the next "Day of Action" in which Latino activists will take to the streets to protest restrictive policies against Mexican immigrants. What do you think?
  • "I see what they are trying to do. A day off on May 1st, then the Cinco de Mayo—before you know it, we're looking at a 5 day weekend."

    Brooke Gladwell
    Bricklayer
  • "At least their employers won’t have to pay them benefits for that day."

    James Munson
    Systems Analyst
  • "Pienso que el tema de la inmigración es absolutamente compleja. ¿Mi nombre? Juan-no. John. John Smith. Disculpeme. Debo irme."

    John Smith
    Laser Printer Repairman