BY Staff | Los Angeles, CA | 5/02/13
The Southern California Immigration Coalition (SCIC) led a militant political march and rally in the heart of Los Angeles, May 1, with thousands of garment workers, students and a contingent from Occupy LA.
BY Staff | Los Angeles, CA | 4/28/13
A major immigrant rights march is scheduled for here on May 1. Organized by the Southern California Immigration Coalition, marchers will demand, “Legalization for all.”
BY Staff | Los Angeles, CA | 8/23/12
The Centro CSO (Community Service Organization) and the Southern California Immigration Coalition (SCIC) held a town hall meeting on August 18 in East Los Angeles to mobilize the community to support the statewide campaign, Licenses for All - to push a law demanding driver’s licenses for undocumented migrants and immigrants.
BY Staff | Los Angeles, CA | 5/02/12
Thousands of protesters took to the streets here on May 1, International Workers Day, to demand legalization for all.
BY Staff | Los Angeles, CA | 1/15/12
Demanding “Stop SCOMM” and “No deportations,” members of the Southern California Immigration Coalition denounced Sheriff L. Baca at his annual prayer breakfast here, Jan 14.
BY Staff | Los Angeles, CA | 9/27/11
On Sept. 26, President Obama visited Los Angeles to dip into the pockets of the Hollywood elite for his re-election campaign.
BY Staff | Los Angeles, CA | 7/08/11
Supporters of veteran Chicano activist Carlos Montes gathered on July 6 at the Alhambra courthouse in East Los Angeles.
BY Carlos Montes | Los Angeles, CA | 4/27/11
Hundreds of groups will be marching here, May 1 to continue the fight for full legalization for all and to stop the ICE and police repression against immigrants - especially Mexicans and Central Americans.
BY Staff | Los Angeles, CA | 9/16/10
People in Los Angeles will be marching Sept. 18 to demand justice for Manuel Jamines, the Guatemalan immigrant who was gunned down by L.A. police Sept. 5.
BY Carlos Montes | Los Angeles, CA | 5/06/10
250,000 people marched in the streets here, May 1, demanding immigrant rights. Most of those attending were Mexican and Central American families, along with contingents from the Philippine and Korean communities.