This year's May Day protests in NYC featured impassioned demonstrations at multiple locations throughout Manhattan that lasted well into the evening. But there's still a full week ahead, with more rallies and protests planned for a variety of causes. As always, find our list of notable protest, rallies, and panels below.

"Chelsea Manning And Whistleblowers In The Age Of Trump"

Two weeks ahead of Chelsea Manning's release from prison, Verso Books will host a wide-ranging discussion about the lessons of her case and the role of government leaks under Trump. The panel features Chasio Strangio, an ACLU attorney who represented Manning, as well as Chase Madar, a former civil rights attorney and the author of Manning's biography. The event is free, but guests should arrive early to ensure entry.

Wednesday May 3rd, 7 p.m. | Verso Books, 20 Jay Street, Suite 1010

"Taxi Medallion Driver Owner Association Rally"

Just weeks after prices for taxi medallions hit an all time low, medallion owners and drivers will gather outside of City Hall to urge city and state leaders to improve regulation of the yellow cab industry. Their demands, put forth by the Medallion Owner Driver Association, include the establishment of a state-run emergency task force focused on fair taxi regulation, an end to banks foreclosing on medallions, and the creation of a distressed asset relief plan. The rally isn't limited to those who work in the industry—supporters of yellow cabs are encouraged to turn out as well.

Wednesday, May 3rd, 1 p.m. | New York City Hall

"Protest Trump's First Presidential Visit To NYC"

Donald Trump will visit New York as president for the first time on Thursday, an appearance sure to set off midtown traffic woes and several citywide protests. One protest, which has already attracted 6,000 interested people on Facebook, is scheduled to greet Trump at the site of his planned speech aboard the U.S.S Intrepid. Organized by the Working Families Party and Resist Here, the rally is billed as a "joyful Cacerolazo"—a popular style of Latin American protest that involves banging on pots, pans, and utensils to attract attention. Attendees are encouraged to wear white as tribute to past civil rights movements, and also in observance of Star Wars Day.

Thursday, May 4th, 2 p.m. | DeWitt Clinton Park, 650 W 54th Street

"Whose Streets? Our Streets! Keep Trump Out of New York!"

A second anti-Trump protest is scheduled to take place outside Trump Tower throughout the day—beginning at 8 a.m. and lasting until 8 p.m.. This one is hosted by the New York Immigration Coalition and New York State Action Fund, and promises to "take over the streets around Trump Tower and make sure he knows what real New York values are about."

Thursday, May 4th, 8 a.m. | Trump Tower, 725 5th Avenue

"Anti-Trump Fiesta"

On the morning after the president leaves the city, more anti-Trump New Yorkers will converge outside of Trump Tower for a resistance-themed celebration of Cinco de Mayo. Money-permitting, the fiesta will include "mariachis, taco food trucks, eloteros, tamaleros," according to organizers. The event also marks one year since then-candidate Trump declared his love for Hispanics over a Trump-branded taco bowl.

Friday, May 5th, 8 a.m. | Trump Tower, 725 5th Avenue

"La Marcha de Mayo"

A host of Latino advocacy groups, including CUNY DREAMers and LOUD, have organized a march in support of the Hispanic community both in and outside of the United States. Attendees plan on rallying at Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, then marching the 14 blocks to Trump Tower at around noon. Individuals are encouraged to RSVP ahead of time, and to join the sign-making event hosted by Mixteca on Thursday.

Saturday, May 5th, 11 a.m. | 1 Dag Hammarskjold Plaza