WHERE WE’RE MEETING
We are gathering at 1:00 pm at Los Angeles City Hall (200 N Spring St). This is 0.4 miles from the Civic Center metro station on the Red and Purple Lines, and along major bus and bike routes.
There is limited parking nearby (mostly paid garages), so plan accordingly. Click here to see the parking options nearby.
The buses will drop off at 1st and Main Street. (See photo to the left) and pick up in the loading zone on 5th Street between Olive and Hill Streets.
WHERE WE’RE MARCHING
The march will open with a rally at City Hall. We will then march approximately 1 mile through Downtown L.A. with a stop at SoCal Gas Headquarters.
The front of the march will be led by frontline community members and youth. Throughout the march there will be music, chants, and much more. Bring your creative energy!
We will have signs and banners to share, but you are of course, welcome to bring your own. Click here to download flyers, posters and other resources available.
AFTER THE MARCH
After the march, join us for dinner at 5:00 pm at Mercado La Paloma (3655 S. Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90007), home to 14 family-owned restaurants. We’re encouraging people to take the Red and Expo lines to the Mercado, or catch public buses from Pershing Square. Click here for directions.
We will also be hosting a Non-Violent Direct Action Training after the march from 5:30–7:30 pm for an upcoming action. It will take place at the Mercado in room #280 on the second floor.
This former sweatshop is now a community and cultural space led by Esperanza Community Housing Corporation, one of the main groups of the STAND-LA coalition and a main coordinator of this action.
FREQUENTLY ASKED LOGISTICS QUESTIONS
Is there any accessibility information?
We will have a section in front of the stage for those who cannot stand during the rally and be providing a van in the rear for those who are not able to walk the march. If you have any accessibly needs please email email@example.com.
Will there be civil disobedience?
No. This action will not include civil disobedience. While other Break Free events may involve civil disobedience, Break Free L.A. is a family-friendly event that will create tension and be impactful through other methods.
What should I bring? What shouldn’t I bring?
Please wear comfortable shoes!
You should bring:
- Musical Instruments
- Walking shoes
You shouldn’t bring:
- Weapons of any kind
- Drugs or illegal contraband
If you’d like to volunteer at the march, click here.