Each year, members of the Peace and Social Justice Center, in Wichita, Kansas, put on a May Day event. This year it will start at 5:30pm with a pot-luck dinner. It will be held at the P and SJ Center, 1407
Topeka (1 block E of E 13th N and Broadway).
The P and SJ Center has a lot of progressive members who are interested in labor issues, democratic socialism or just interested in the history of May Day, the international workers holiday. This year
activist Bill Anderson who joined a Witness for Peace delegation to Honduras in
January. They focused on looking into the causes of migration, especially of
women and children out of Honduras
seeking refuge in the U.S.
He will speak on his experiences in Honduras.
Also speaking will be Janice Bradley was part of a delegation of 150 people joining CODEPINK co-founders to
Cuba to mark the thawing of relations between
the U.S. and Cuba in
February. The group attended high-level meetings with government officials,
talked with doctors who battled Ebola in Africa, visited organic farm
cooperatives, health clinics, artists’ and musicians’ studios and talked with
local people about cultural, economic, environmental and health issues.
The presentations will begin at 6:45.