Wilmington Parade, Downtown Rally Mark Labor Day in Los Angeles County


Labor Day was marked in Los Angeles County Monday with the 41st annual Labor Solidarity Parade in Wilmington and a rally outside the Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration by a union representing caregivers with the In-Home Supportive Services Program.

The parade began at the intersection of Broad Avenue and E Street, went west on E Street to Avalon Boulevard and continued north on Avalon Boulevard to M Street, concluding at Banning Park, where a rally and barbecue were held.

The theme was “Unions Marching Forward in 2022!” It was organized by the Los Angeles/Long Beach Harbor Labor Coalition, whose chairman, Larry Barragan, called it “the largest West Coast Labor Day solidarity parade.”



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