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May Day Speak Outs

 



By Black Radio Network Staff



NEW YORK - May Day Sunday witnessed thousands of people taking to the streets across the nation to speak out on a variety of issues.

In New York, demonstrators appeared at a number of locations.

At 14th Street's Union Square Park, Joanna Marzucco of New Yorkers for Immigration Control and Enforcement, told our correspondent why she opposes immigration reform.

 

Lower downtown in Manhattan, at the Foley Square court district, different views were evident. 

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