While many in the U.S. took to the streets to celebrate immigrants many other countries take May Day on May 1st as a day to celebrate the worker. In Cuba the day has always drawn out millions celebrating the island nation’s socialist commitment to the worker.
This year was no different with over 6 million Cuban workers marching in different locations throughout the country to celebrate the country’s communist party and to urge the “imperialist” U.S to finally life the Cuban embargo. This year marchers also marched in solidarity with the people of Venezuela that have been facing overwhelming hardship and nearly one month of protests.
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