For May Day and Beyond: White People Step Up for Immigrant Rights

action boston, adam gilbert, alex briscoe, amy dudley, andrea lee, andrew willis, andy cornell, ann arbor, april rosenblum, assistant professor, baltimore education network, bay area, brooklyn, c.  annie kane, c.  josh sonnenfeld, c.  noah gaiser, california coalition, carlos mun, catalyst, catalyst project, chicano movement, child care campaign, childcare collective, chinese exclusion act, coalition, collective, communities, dara silverman, day labor program, diana block, dixie block, eastern europeans, economic justice, elly kugler, emma gerould, fall river, for may day, fort collins, francisco, free palestine, geoff mc, go anywhere, green alliance, heads, heads up, heads up collective, hillary ronen, houston global awareness, ian mc, immigrant, immigrant rights, immigrant rights  open letter, immigrants, immigrants fighting for our rights, industrial workers, international workers, italian americans, jen collins, jennifer jewell, jennifer miller, jennifer morley, jewish call, jill shenker, jordan flaherty, judy helfland, justice, justice now, kate berrigan, kusum crimmel, la migra  coalition, labor, labor employment services, lancaster coalition, laura close, laurence h. shoup, legal services, leslie radford, libbey goldberg, loren finkelstein, los angeles, lydia pelot, making resistance, mary miller, matt meyer, matthew smucker, maureen haver, meme strategy, michael king, michelle foy, molly mc, mordecai cohen ettinger, mujeres unidas, multiracial justice, nancy jodaitis, nancy lister, natasha marsh, national conference, new york city, nike carstaphen, oakland, oklahoma state university, paul platt, peace d., project, project south, quality education, robinson block, roger zimmerman, rural organizing project, ryan emenaker, san antonio, san francisco, san francisco day labor program women, sara smith, sean sullivan, sharon martinas, sign display, southern california anarchist federation, unitarian universalist young adult network, united states, up collective, washington dc, west hartford, white, white communities, white house, white people, white people step, white people step up, women in transition, young activists