Service and immigrant workers day

Yesterday, thousands of tech service workers, immigrants, activists, and working families left work and took to the streets for May Day in Silicon Valley. Together we marched through San Jose, tearing down symbolic walls of oppression and saying it’s time to build bridges, not walls.

May Day march in San Jose

It was inspiring to stand alongside so many others fighting for justice. Now we must build on that momentum, transforming yesterday’s energy into tangible change.

Donate now to help us resist the Trump agenda and raise up working families.

In the coming months, we’ll be working to further cap rent hikes that are pricing out longtime San Jose residents, engage the tech sector in finding solutions to our region’s affordable housing crisis, and develop leaders who can fight for their communities’ needs.

To do that, we need your help. Donate now to support our organizing work:

$15 lets us educate 10 voters about the Silicon Valley resistance agenda.

$30 lets us hold 4 in-depth organizing conversations that build community power.

$50 helps us develop the leadership of a community member.

In solidarity,

Derecka Mehrens
Executive Director

Contact Info:

2102 Almaden Road, Ste. 112
San Jose, CA 95125
Phone: 408.809.2120 Fax: 408.269.0183

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