On May 1, International Workers' Day, a coalition of nearly 40 advocacy groups, is holding actions across the nation related to workers' rights, police brutality and incarceration, immigrants' rights, environmental justice, indigenous sovereignty, and LGBT issues—and more broadly railing against a Trump agenda organizers say puts them all at risk.
This massive effort, dubbed Beyond the Moment, is led by a collective of racial-justice groups known as the Movement for Black Lives.
Beyond the Moment, she says, is "a reminder to this administration that you're going to have to contend with us" over the long term.
In Los Angeles, where Cullors will be on May 1, a march is planned from the city's historic MacArthur Park to City Hall.
In January, in advance of Trump's inauguration, the groups led a series of protests and educational efforts highlighting aspects of the Trump agenda that target immigrants, Muslims, and people of color.