And for May Day 2016, Southern California Public Radio notes:
Los Angeles police officials said Friday they are aware of four separate May Day marches, and that they are staffing up in case the demonstrators get out of hand.In the LA Times:
On Saturday, supporters of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders are expected to converge on downtown L.A. for a march and rally tied to International Workers’ Day, or May Day, on Sunday.
But the largest crowds are expected to gather downtown Sunday to demand equality for immigrants and protest Trump's controversial statements about people from Mexico and Muslims.With so much attention focused on California this May Day, will anyone even notice if there's May Day madness in places like Seattle, Portland or Chicago?
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