The day after May Day, May 2nd, 2009,anarchists come to visit the Forest Home Cemetery in Chicago where a memorial stands for the victims of the injustices that followed the Haymarket Square bombing in 1886. The international holiday of May Day commemorates the events. Many union leaders, polictical activists, socialists, and communits have chosen to be buried at the Forest Home cemetery..

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The day after May Day, May 2nd, 2009,anarchists come to visit the Forest Home Cemetery in Chicago where a memorial stands for the victims of the injustices that followed the Haymarket Square bombing in 1886. The international holiday of May Day commemorates the events. Many union leaders, polictical activists, socialists, and communits have chosen to be buried at the Forest Home cemetery..

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Photographer: Facing Change: Documenting America
Source: Facing Change Documenting America
Date 2 May 2009
Location: Chicago IL USA
Credit: Andrew Lichtenstein
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  • Activism
  • Politics
  • Memorial
  • Memory
  • Grave
  • History
  • Chicago
  • May Day
  • Haymarket Bombing
  • Tribute


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