What’s the history of May Day and why is it important? How do unions make our lives better?
What is the PRO Act and how will it impact us? Why is Black/Brown unity and cross-racial organizing more essential than ever? How are immigrant rights also worker rights?
Join us for “May Day Live: Worker Power is the Answer” on Saturday, May 1st from 12 pm to 2 pm ET to explore these topics and more!
Let’s build solidarity across all races, ages and sectors of workers.
Help us celebrate worker power on International Workers’ Day!
This live event will be hosted by NC Raise Up worker leaders – including Tremaine Toney, Eshawney Gaston, Devin Evans, and Shanna Lee – and feature speakers from Fayetteville PACT, NC Poor People’s Campaign, Poder, NC Fed Up, UE Local 150-NC Public Service Workers Union, Southern Workers Assembly, Recidivism Reduction Educational Program Services (RREPS), Duke University Press Workers Union, Duke Grad Students Union, Student Action With Farmworkers, Sunrise Movement and more.
Join us via the live stream with your questions and comments for featured speakers.
This event will be streamed across Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Twitch and TikTok (@RaiseUpfor15) and Instagram (@RaiseUptheSouth).