Hundreds of families, students and activists marched peacefully from the Central District to downtown Seattle on Sunday, calling for changes in the laws that make it difficult for immigrants to gain citizenship here.The May Day March for Workers and Immigrant Rights began with a two-hour rally in Judkins Park.(One would think an imperialist empire which practiced human sacrifice against other indigenous peoples, wouldn't be the best cultural identity to adopt. But never mind.)Or take the screaming protesters who confronted Donald Trump in California with signs reading "Welcome to Aztlan" [Delegates Cheer Donald Trump, Protesters Confront Police at the California GOP Convention, by Jose Serrano, Latin Post, April 30, 2016].Or look at the repeated use of "Aztlan" as a rallying cry at Leftist protests around the country over the last few days, especially in California ['Make America Mexico Again': We Warned You About America-Hating Mobs, by Lee Stranahan, Breitbart, April 30, 2016]
At 3 p.m., marchers took to the streets as part of a police-escorted, permitted march to the U.S. Courthouse downtown.
An Aztec dance troupe led the marchers, burning incense and dancing to the beat of drums. Mothers and fathers pushed children in strollers down Broadway or carried toddlers on their shoulders.[Hundreds rally, march in Seattle for labor, immigration reforms, by Katherine Long, The Seattle Times, May 1, 2016]