"It's time for people to get together and speak up," Jim Allen said.
About 150 people spoke up, Saturday, on the steps of the state capitol with one goal...to save the "American Dream."
It was part of a nationwide movement backing union leaders in Wisconsin.
"What's going on in Wisconsin, right now, is very representative of what's about to happen in Alabama and other places," Barbara Evans said.
"Right to work means that everyone has a right to work, not that it's a privilege to work," E-K Daufin said.
Daufin is one of many who believe the government is taking away their civil right to form organizations. It's a right that she says this country has thrived on.
"If you like the weekend, thank your union," she said. "If your children are in school and not in a labor camp, thank the union."
And if nothing else, organizers at the rally are offering one piece of advice.
"Change your priorities," Evans said. "People first...profits second."