The May 1st Day without Latinxs & Immigrants to restore driver licenses and state IDs for all in Wisconsin is next Wednesday!
On Wednesday we’ll rally at the Capitol in Madison at 11am, gathering at the State Street entrance. Are you coming from outside of Madison? We have buses coming from 19 cities across the state. Click here to reserve your spot on a bus!
May 1st will be a Day without Latinxs and Immigrants. This means no work, no school, and no buying. This is a day to show the power of the contributions that immigrants and Latinx people make to Wisconsin. And it’s a day for people of all backgrounds to stand in solidarity for civil rights and against discrimination.
Under the Trump Administration, ICE has targeted people stopped for driving without a license for deportation and separation from their families. Restoring driver licenses for all will improve our state’s economy, make our roads safer, and keep families together.
Governor Evers has included restoring driver licenses and state ID cards for immigrants in his state budget proposal, but we still need to convince the Republicans in the state legislature to support it. That’s why we all need to show up in force—immigrants, families, and allies—on May 1st. Click here to reserve a spot on a bus.
May 1st Day Without Latinxs & Immigrants—Driver Licenses for All!
No Work | No School | No Buying
Wednesday, May 1, 11am
State Capitol in Madison
Statewide bus information here
Click here to donate to support the May 1st Day Without Latinxs & Immigrants to restore driver licenses for all.