The marchers convened at the corner of Broadway and Olympic Blvd. Contingents poured in from all directions. The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) donned their signature purple and yellow t-shirts. Other groups had shirts designed especially for the occasion calling for justice for immigrants and a halt to indiscriminant harrassment of the undocumented. There were students from UCLA marching in solidarity with campus employess, and groups from many of the diverse immigrant communities in the southland. Some had come from San Diego and as far away as Oregon to march in the demonstration and to attend a large conference that will take place this week.
The vast sea of protesters were spirited and orderly. They carried beautiful banners and signs; and shouted out for solidarity, peace and justice as they made their way to the federal building approximately two miles away.
A three to get ready.. Now go Go GO! 'Elvis'!
Tennesse backwoods hics like you should go join a militia group and eat pork and beans an K-rations. Moron! You must be a cop.
Bravo for Los Angeles for turning out in numbers. The movement is growing! It's very encouraging that one day, we will all be free and people like Elvis will be relegated to backwoods paranoia camps.
Elvis' idiotic rascist spam (which you can still find by clicking on "story administration," which you get to by clicking on "publish"), which C is responding to, has been deleted from this page.
what did elvis ever do?? i'm curious i'm not trying to be a dick