- Love, not hate!
- Inclusion, not Exclusion!
- Godliness, not Godlessness!
- Dignity, not Demoralization!
- Life, not Death!
Please join faith leaders, workers, community, advocates and local officials standing in solidarity with our immigrant communities at this critical time.
Under the new administration, all of us-- immigrants, minorities, workers, people of conscience --are experiencing real pain; new policies threaten our families, our viability, our humanity.
Your support is needed today, perhaps more than ever in our lifetimes.
Three marches, one vision: Resistance!
CLUE adds the word SACRED to our community's resistance to oppressive measures, as we know that our resistance must be rooted in a commitment to love and have compassion for all people, grounded in the holy spaces and uplifting conversations that our community's have built.
Choose the march closest to you!
Downtown Los Angeles: 11am
- May 1st Immigrant Rights March: A Day of Resistance
- MacArthur Park on Alvarado & Wilshire
- CLUE GATHERING: 10:00am- 10:45amOutside MacArthur Park, Metro Exit on Alvarado. We will join other Faith-Based groups, such as the Episcopal Diocese and Bend The Arc: A Jewish Partnership for Justice. Look for the CLUE Banner!
Anaheim: 11am, Pearson Park
- May Day March and Rally
- From the organizers: "Join the Orange County Labor Federation on International Workers Day for a march and rally. Stand UNITED with union brothers and sisters as we continue to fight for equality, fairness, respect, and dignity for all workers."
- Noon - 4pm: Informational Fair
- CLUE GATHERING: Meet at St. Boniface Catholic Church, 120 N Janss St. Anaheim, CA 92805 at 11am
Long Beach: 5pm
- Rally and March at MacArthur Park (same name, but in Long Beach!)
- This is a welcoming and family-friendly social justice march to honor International Workers Day and Immigrant Rights. Join us on May 1stfor this day of action.
- MacArthur Park, 1321 E. Anaheim, Long Beach
- CLUE GATHERING: At MacArthur Park!
- For more information contact:email@example.com
Celebrate the triumph of the human spirit over hatred, in the streets, in our #SacredResistance!
Rabbi Jonathan Klein