Bici/March for Environmental Justice

This year, on May 1st, 2012 East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice, Pacoima Beautiful, Communities for Better Environment, and La Causa, along with community members from the south east la area will be marching in solidarity with migrant and workers’ rights.

Join us this Tuesday and be part of Los Angeles 2ndEnvironmental Justice contingent during May Day. March with us as we stand up in defense of our communities against all attacks.

Meet us at Olympic and Broadway in downtown

Los Angeles at 1:00pm. For more information, please call Hugo Lujan at (831)334-2522

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