May Day 2024 1 0There were two union-led May Day actions in Sacramento this year, each with over a hundred participants. One was the unpermitted painting of two blocks in front of the Capitol on 10th Street with the message of Educate, Agitate, Organize. Many of the state workers were opposed to the Governor's order to return to their offices at least twice a week. Others called for an end to the genocide in Gaza. 

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Peace and Freedom Party activist Steven Payen (shown in image directly below) was a key organizer of the event.

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The second event was organized by UNITE HERE. The rally started at Ceasar Chavez Park and marched to the Sheraton Grand Hotel for another rally, and then marched to the DOCO sports arena for a final rally. 

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The one thing missing was any mention of how May Day started in Chicago with the Haymarket riots, the rounding up of immigrant organizers advocating for an eight-hour workday, and the hanging of four of the Haymarket Eight. May Day actions sprang up around the world to become International Workers Day. 

–written by C.T. Weber

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