This May 1st, SCOPE members and staff will be marching in solidarity with workers, unions, immigrants, the LGBTQ community, and many others in honor of International Workers Day. SCOPE understands and supports the intersectional relationships we all share in our fight for social, economic, gender, racial justice with workers from all professions.
In the short video below, we asked SCOPE members to share with us why they choose to march this #MayDay. From rent control to criminal justice reform, SCOPE will be joining thousands of Angelenos in demanding vital changes in our workplaces and communities. This year in particular, we are marching to demand that our elected officials and governing bodies defend, protect and respect workers. To demand an end to the persecution of immigrant families, businesses, and communities. To fight back together, as one voice, for a more just city and country.
Join us next Tuesday to make our collective voices heard in solidarity. The march will be starting at Pershing Square at 12 pm and will end at the Edward Roybal Federal Building at 3 pm. SCOPE staff and members will be gathering at Pershing Square, starting at 11 am. Look for our banner and SCOPE shirts.