On April 28, activists across the country were called upon to display impeach signs (see: http://www.a28.org/). In Southern California, there were community demonstrations in Eagle Rock, South Pasadena (put on by South Pasadena Neighbors for Peace and Justice), North Hollywood, Long Beach, and Ventura. There was also plans for an airplane to fly a banner calling for impeachment from Malibu to Dana Point.
In Eagle Rock, the Northeast LA Radical Neighbors made impeachment the focus of their weekly Saturday vigil. On this special occasion, people came from nearby and far parts of the county, to participate. One organizer counted 28-30 demonstrators. In one case, a passerby stopped and joined in. Several people held an impeach banner, about 12 feet in length, made by local activist Mary Jacobs. Others held custom-made impeach signs.
Some signs called for the impeachment of the current White House occupants, while at least one other called to "impeach the corporate empire."
The reaction from passersby was said to be very positive.
A high turnout was also reported by a participant of the South Pasadena demonstration.
Demonstrators stood on two corners of the street.