Tag Archives: Foley Square

May Day, Foley Square, New York (Sanctuary) City

May Day, a celebration of workers’ dignity, rights, and strength, originated in 1886 in Chicago, part of the labor movement’s fight for the eight-hour work day. In the Untied States, the international workers’ holiday has become a crucial part of the immigrant … Continue reading

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Democracy is in the Streets: Foley Sq. 11/17/11

OWS: 2 months.  The Struggle Continues.  La Lucha Continua.

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