More than 40 people have been arrested across the country after May Day rallies erupted into violence in parts of the country.
Police were forced to shut down a march in Oregon and New York when people started rioting and protesters turned on each other.
Marchers began throwing projectiles and smoke bombs at police in Portland late on Monday, where 25 arrests were made, including a 14-year-old who was charged with rioting, while others started setting fires and smashing the windows of businesses.
Police said they were forced to shut it down when anarchists destroyed a squad car, damaged numerous windows and property, started fires in the streets and attacked officers.
May Day marchers began throwing projectiles and smoke bombs at police in Portland, Oregon late on Monday, while others started setting fires and smashing the windows of businesses
Police arrested several people , including these two women, on 14th Street in New York City when protests turned violent
Protests in New York City also erupted when May Day demonstrators physically clashed with people opposing their rally in Union Square
A man, wearing black clothing and goggles, was seen being hand cuffed on the floor in Seattle, Washington, during the protests
Police said they were forced to cancel the permit in Portland due to numerous incidents of thrown projectiles, incendiary devices, and other unsafe conditions
A police officer was seen threatening to use pepper spray during May Day protests in Seattle while heavily clad in protective gear
Seattle Police were seen brandishing batons as they ran over to protesters before making an arrest yesterday afternoon
About 200 people, including families with children, were protesting peacefully in Portland before things escalated.
It wasn’t immediately clear if anyone had been injured but police said they had arrested three people.
Protests in New York City also erupted when demonstrators clashed with people opposing their rally in Union Square.
Pictures from the scene showed marchers physically clashing with those wearing Donald Trump hats and carrying flags in support of the president.
It came as thousands across the country joined pro-labor, pro-immigration and anti-President Donald Trump rallies on May Day.
Police in California arrested four activists who chained themselves together to block the entrance to the county administration building in downtown Oakland on Monday afternoon.
A man was seen being detained in Los Angeles during the protests while a rainbow flag is seen flying in the background
Protesters in Portland set fire to what appears to be some placards in the middle of a busy street and authorities rushed to contain it
Some protesters were caught on camera breaking the windows of a Target store in Portland before lighting a flare and throwing it in the direction of police
A number of businesses were left with broken windows on Monday afternoon when protests turned violent in Portland
Demonstrators were seen clashing with each other in New York’s Union Square on Monday during the protests
Things turned violent when May Day marches and Trump supporters turned on each other in New York’s Union Square
Trump supporters wearing Make America Great Again hats clashed with demonstrators in New York late on Monday
A protestor hits a paper mache head of US President Donald Trump, complete with devil horns, during May Day demonstrations in Chicago
Marchers were seen walking on an overpass crossing Interstate 5 during the Workers and Immigrant Rights March
Police threatened more arrests at the Alameda County Administration Building as more than 100 protesters demanded an end to what they call collaboration between county law enforcement and the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Dozens of pro-Trump protesters stood across from a large crowd of May Day marchers in Los Angeles, waving American flags and blasting patriotic songs. The group left before any clashes or trouble emerged between the two sides.
In Providence, Rhode Island, about 200 people gathered at Burnside Park before a two-hour protest that touched on deportation, profiling and wage theft. The group followed a flatbed truck that stopped for speeches and booing in front of the sites such as the Federal Courthouse and City Hall.
The march in Chicago took up several city blocks, with organizers estimating an attendance of 20,000 people.Activists from labor groups, anti-police brutality organizations and groups seeking a higher minimum wage rallied before a march downtown.
Activists and protestors take to the streets to advocate for numerous causes ranging from better healthcare to immigration issues to workers rights and others in Chicago
A pregnant Olivia Tincani of California painted a supportive message to immigrant farmworkers as she joined a large group protesters outside the White House
The march in downtown Chicago involved a variety of organizations dedicated to workers rights and against ‘bigotry, sexism, racism and war’
Protesters in Florida carried buckets of fresh produce such as apples and green beans while holding a sign which said ‘dignity’ in Spanish
People were pictured carrying signs supporting work rights in Washington DC on Monday, one said: ‘Workers of the world unite! Smash capitalism!’
William Magallom, a business owner and South Bend resident, held up signs which said: ‘I have a dream…we make America great again’ in South Bend, Indiana
One man was seen holding a sign which said ‘Impeach the groper in chief’ in San Francisco while dozens of other protesters gathered with him
One women held a sign which said ‘Ban no wall resist’ while holding up her fist on a flyover in Los Angeles
People paraded through the streets of Los Angeles carrying a large-scale US flag while thousands of others paraded behind
People dressed in black and wore witches hats as they held signs which said: ‘Black Lives Matter’, ‘No Ban No Wall’ and ‘Manifest Workers’ Rights’