San Jose May Day Photos

This 1st of May marked the 10 years from the massive protests the country saw after the House of Representatives passed The Border Protection, Anti-terrorism, and Illegal immigration Control Act in 2005 to criminalize undocumented persons. About 800 people took to the streets in San Jose for the now traditional peaceful and celebratory march from East San Jose to City Hall downtown.

Aztec Dancers on King Road

Marchers on King Road

Sharks fan holding No One is Illegal Sign

March on Santa Clara street

Aztec Dancers on Santa Clara

Aztec Drummers


Stop Wars

DAPA Ahora

San Jose Stolen Lives Banner

Alto Plan Merida

La Virgen at City Hall

These hands produce wealth


Elder Danzantes

Black Berets


Laurie Valdez


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About Liz Gonzalez

Liz Gonzalez is a San Jose based writer and holistic healing practitioner, she leads a weekly meditation circle at De-Bug on Tuesday nights at 7:30 pm.

This article is part of the categories: Arts & Culture  / Community  / Economy  / Immigration  / Law & Justice  / Photo  / San Jose//South Bay 
This article is part of the tags: Immigration Reform  / International Worker's Day  / May Day 


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