The wheatpasters were active in the 'hood this weekend.
I'm out of town today, so I don't know what may come of this effort, if anything.
I rather like this reflection on May Day from Noam Chomsky:
That's a perspective on revolution from a democrat (small "d"). I am frustrated with people who think they can make a revolution without a large majority of the people behind them. Democracy is slow, incomplete, and always precarious, threatened by autocrats and plutocrats who bend its institutions to their benefit. But I'm too much of an historian to think our species has invented any better way to organize our societies.
I still like the thought from the Declaration of Independence:
That's my May Day sentiment. It's not as if we didn't have a lot of work to do to get there.