French protest against Macron employees beating up May Day demonstrators


This French Huffington Post video says about itself (translated):

“Let’s go get Macron“: for them, the president‘s ‘contemptuous’ sentence is wrong

Ten days after the start of the Benalla affair, more than a hundred people demonstrated on Friday, July 27 in Paris on the Place de la Contrescarpe, where [President Macron‘s Deputy Chief of Staff] Alexandre Benalla was filmed beating two [May Day] demonstrators to a pulp, to denounce “the police violence“, and “Macron‘s insolence”. The demonstrators, who met late afternoon, had responded to a call on Facebook called “Let’s find Macron“, in response to the words by Emmanuel Macron who had told his employees: “If they want a person responsible for this, then he is in front of you, let them come and get him.”

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    RAISE consciousness about workers’ struggles everywhere
    INVOLVE more people in workers’ solidarity efforts
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    Fellow Organizers and Comrades Around the World,

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    In Solidarity,

    International Workers Solidarity Network initiators (in formation)

    Keith Bullard, Fight for $15 North Carolina • Sara Catalinotto, Delegate, United Federation of Teachers local 2 (id only) • Ed Childs, Chief Shop Steward, UNITE HERE Local 26, Harvard University • Shahid Comrade, Pakistan USA Freedom Forum • Sara Flounders, Co-Director, International Action Center • Andre Francois, President, United Steelworkers Local 8751, Boston School Bus Drivers Union, Team Solidarity; Haitian Community Leader • Martha Grevatt, co-founder, Pride @ Work; Trustee, UAW Local 869 (id only) • Teresa Gutierrez, National Coordinator, FIRE (Fight for Im/Migrants & Refugees Everywhere); Co-Director, International Action Center; Co-founder of May 1st Coalition for Workers and Immigrant Rights • Jayla Hagans, youth organizer in North Carolina • Stevan Kirschbaum, Vice President, United Steelworkers Local 8751, Boston School Bus Drivers Union • Chuck Mohan, Guyanese American Workers United • Mary Pinotti-Kaessinger, Disability rights leader • Minnie Bruce Pratt, National Writers Union/ UAW local 1981 (id only) • Ben Ramos, Pro Libertad • Doris Reina-Landaverde, leader, Harvard TPS Coalition; Shop Steward, SEIU 32BJ, Harvard University • Dante Strobino, Durham Workers Assembly • Clarence Thomas, Long time rank and file leader, ILWU Local 10; Leader of the Million Worker March • Scott Williams, Philadelphia Joint Board, Workers United (id only) • Mazeda Uddin, SAFEST (South Asian Fund for Education, Scholarship & Training)

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