On Saturday, May 1, roughly 300 people, led by NESRI partner the United Workers, marched for human rights in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Having declared the harbor a "Human Rights Zone," Our Harbor Day was the latest effort by the United Workers in their campaign to win a living wage and respect and dignity for all workers at the harbor. The focal point of the day was a four act play that culminated in a final scene in which a giant puppet of Harriet Tubman evoked the spirit of leadership and encouraged the workers to fill their rightful roles as leaders. Listen to a Marc Steiner interview with the United Workers and NESRI’s Kate Caldwell here. View the Baltimore Indypendent Reader’s coverage of Harbor Day here. View the Baltimore Brew’s Coverage here.