Wednesday December 13, 2017
| Last update: Tuesday at 11:49 PM
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 2/19/16
The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department murdered another young man in East Los Angeles (ELA), Feb. 14.
BY staff | Boyle Heights, CA | 2/13/16
A great show of unity and solidarity against police abuse took place in Boyle Heights, Feb. 12, with a spirited protest of over 50 people.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 2/11/16
On Feb. 6, a 16-year-old Chicano teen, Jose Mendez, was shot and killed by Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) by cops from Hollenbeck Division in the Boyle Heights community, located in the East Los Angeles area.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 1/22/16
In early 2014 there was hope that undocumented parents would be able to be protected against deportation, when President Obama issued an executive order to create Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Deferred Action for Children Arrivals, also known as DAPA/DACA.
BY Carlos Montes | Los Angeles, CA | 1/21/16
A contingent from the Boyle Heights-based Centro CSO received enthusiastic responses from the Black public at the annual MLK parade, which took place in the heart of the African American community.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 11/09/15
More than 20 immigrant rights protesters marched into Wells Fargo Bank on Nicollet Avenue and Lake Street on Nov. 7.
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 10/29/15
In the late afternoon, Oct. 23, people of the Boyle Heights neighborhood of East Los Angeles joined together to denounce the right-wing attacks on immigrants.
BY Jared Hamil | Los Angeles, CA | 9/21/15
Over 200 teachers, community members and students protested at the grand opening of the Broad Museum of Contemporary Art on the morning of Sept. 20.
BY Jared Hamil | Simi Valley, CA | 9/19/15
While Republican candidates debated at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, Sept. 16, enthusiastic protesters took to the streets chanting “Dump Trump!”
BY staff | Los Angeles, CA | 9/13/15
Marching and chanting, “Vecinos unidos, jamas seran vencidos!” (Neighbors, united, will never be defeated), over 50 community members, families and activists gathered outside of five Boyle Heights homes, Sept. 9, to fight back against displacement and gentrification.
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