Timeline of migration-related activism events in the United States

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This page lists important marches, strikes, protests, boycotts, sitins, and other activism events related to migration in the United States.

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Year Month and date (if available) Event type Details
2006 May 1 Strike, marches The Great American Boycott is held. Many immigrants and other boycott supporters take a day off from work, to show the importance of immigrants to America. This is a culmination of a series of 2006 United States immigration reform protests.
2017 February 16 Strike, march Day Without Immigrants 2017 is held. Many immigrants and other boycott supporters take a day off from work, to show the importance of immigrants to America.[1]

References

  1. "Nationwide 'Day Without Immigrants' shuts down businesses". CNN. February 16, 2017. Retrieved March 29, 2017.