The Citizens Band, a music group composed of IWW folk played songs celebrating free speach and labor history. People from groups including the Welfare Rights Organizing Coalition, Bread and Roses Advocacy Center, Schools For Chiapas and more spoke about their organizing. The crowd left the park and marched in the four lanes of the street to the capital building around 5:00. At the Capital a sign reading "Hands off our- Immigrants, workers, families" with hand prints from marchers on fabric attatched to the banner was hung from the capital building while people stood, chanted, and spoke on the steps.
From there the march left and headed down the street toward 4th Avenue, a main drag in Olympia. Police attempted to block the march from heading to the street but were unable to do so. The march proceded to the Olympia well where the a pinata car labeled "el migre" was smashed. The crowd refreshed themselves with the cool well water and proceded to have a party in the parking lot where the well is located.
If you have pictures or more detailed accounts of the day I encourage you to post them!