A Day Without An Immigrant

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Mexican gang members on top of a building watch several hundred thousand people take part in the "Great American Boycott: A Day Without An Immigrant" march in Los Angeles on May 1, 2006. As a continuation of the 2006 U.S. immigration reform protests, the organizers called for supporters to abstain from buying, selling, working, and attending school, to demonstrate the extent to which illegal immigrants' labor is needed for the U.S. economy. Supporters of the boycott rallied in major cities across the U.S. to demand general amnesty and legalization programs for such non-citizens. For this reason, the day is also referred to as "A Day Without an Immigrant", a reference to the 2004 political satire film A Day Without a Mexican.

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