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Today, Monday, May 1, 2006, immigration Rallies Across the United States

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Stephen Crowley for The New York Times

IN WASHINGTON Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick of Washington was among the speakers Monday at an immigration rally on the Mall in Washington.
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Rick Scibelli Jr. for The New York Times

PHOENIX Tens of thousands of people marched through downtown Monday in a show of support for immigration reform.
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WASHINGTON Protesters in the capital prepared to march to the Mall.
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Erik S. Lesser for The New York Times

ATLANTA A rally in Georgia drew thousands of demonstraors.
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Nina Griepel for The Sarasota Herald-Tribune

FORT MYERS, FL  American and Mexican flags were on display.
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Jeff Beimann for The Omaha World-Herald News, via The Associated Press

OMAHA An estimated 12,000 people demonstrated in Nebraska
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SAN SALVADOR Protestests extend to San Salvador, El Salvador. Workers called for a boycott of the country's U.S. stores and fast food restaurants.
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J. Emilio Flores for The New York Times

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA Some downtown businesses closed in a show of support for immigrant rights.
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Jim Wilson for The New York Times

SAN FRANCISCO A McDonald's restaurant in San Francisco's heavily Latino Mission District closed for the day.
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Marilynn K. Yee for The New York Times

MANHATTAN Ben Liang, 58, wore a sign supporting immigrants at Chatham Square before a march             .
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Kevin Motenery for The New York Times

DANVER An anti-immigrant protester stood near a rally.
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Charles Rex Abogast/Associated Press
CHICAGO Hundreds of thousands of people marched in Chicago, where demonstrators filled a downtown Street.
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