Peace and Freedom Party presidential candidate Gloria La Riva will campaign in Los Angeles on Saturday, October 29 and Sunday, October 30.
When: begins Saturday, October 29 at 10:00am (see itinerary below)
Where: Crenshaw Fzrmer’s Market, 3650 MLK Blvd, Los Angeles ( MAP )
When: begins Sunday, October 30 at 10:00am (see itinerary below)
Where: MacArthur Park, Los Angeles ( MAP )
What: Campaign appearances and outreach
Sponsor: Party for Socialism and Liberation
Contact: Facebook event page
Gloria La Riva has led a fighting Presidential campaign across California, New Mexico, Colorado, and beyond! Her campaign has fought the rising tide of white supremacy from the front line fight against Trump in Burlingame to chasing Sheriff Joe Arpaio out of the South Bay community of Los Angeles. She was jailed while shoulder to shoulder with the community of Baton Rouge, LA after the heinous murder of Alton Sterling and joined the encampments at Standing Rock with her running mate Dennis Banks to demand an end to the violation of Native rights and destruction of the planet. She has been featured in news outlets, including Univision, Telesur, and many others. She has built events to free our political prisoners and fight mass incarceration, including building with Albert Woodfox of the Angola 3 and rallying outside of San Quentin. Her dynamic campaign has reached thousands of working and poor people who are seeking an alternative to the candidates presented by the rich.
And now she is coming to Los Angeles for a full weekend tour of the city! Join Gloria La Riva and her supporters in a neighborhood near you and hear straight from the California Peace and Freedom Party candidate in street meetings around the city!
– 10am: Crenshaw Farmer’s Market, 3650 MLK Blvd
– 1pm: Lunch with La Riva, Caesar Chavez/Soto
– 3pm: El Mercadito in Boyle Heights, 3425 East 1st St
– 7pm: Noche de Ofrenda in DTLA Grand Park
– 10am: MacArthur Park + Venice Boardwalk (Gloria will be at MacArthur Park)
– 1pm: Echo Park + Silverlake on Sunset, 1625 Sunset Blvd
– 4pm: Dia de los Muertos in San Pedro, 398 West 6th St