Two large May Day marches converged upon downtown Los Angeles; the flow of marchers and supporters continued for miles.
For many of the non-tenured faculty, the long fought battle has finally proven to be victorious.
"Too many workers remain at serious risk of injury, illness or death. There is much more work to be done."
Worried union leaders say many members feel "outshouted" by powerful political voices and are showing anger by backing extreme candidates.
Clinton's passion for workers' causes, from project labor agreements to being their advocate in the White House, excited the audience.
While the vote result is a substantial victory, it's just the latest step in the campaign for justice for MU graduate workers.
If the nurse fears that if they check her documents she'll lose her job or worse, she likely won't have to think a long time before signing that union card.
"Before me almost a thousand janitors wearing deep purple Service Employee International Union T-shirts lined up to march..."
Despite some gains in recent years, women still face a tough road to equal pay.
"We voted for a union so we could negotiate a fair contract with Mr. Trump."