Signs urged “Stop the Killings” and “No New Youth Jail” at a May Day march centering womxn of color and families as part of Seattle’s annual International Workers and Immigrants Rights march.
Hundreds of people in different groups throughout Seattle participated in May Day, an international movement that focuses on the fight against systemic racism, colonization, imperialism, capitalism and patriarchy.
The contingent of marchers that met in Pioneer Square was called the May Day Womxn of Color and Families and Anti-Imperialist march. Organizing parties included Families of Color Seattle, Tenants Union of Washington, Rainier Valley Corps, Jewish Voices for Peace, and Coalition of Anti-Racists Whites, among others.
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