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May Day 2022

On May Day- International Workers Day, we held rallies, marches, and celebrations in the three cities where our members live, Reading, Allentown, and Philadelphia, and we did it jointly building coalitions with local partner community-based organizations, mobilizing more than 500 people together.

We celebrated and supported working people, and called for investments in what working families truly need to thrive: A pathway to citizenship for undocumented families, fair and sufficient funding for public schools, drivers licenses for all, the closure of immigrant detentions centers in PA, support for the Whole Home Repairs Act and a permanent rent relief fund to prevent homelessness.

We took the streets on May Day because the state legislature has the resources to meet the needs of our communities given that we have the largest budget surplus in the history of Pennsylvania.

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