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Large Pro-Palestinian March Planned for Tomorrow
At a previous protest | Photo by Tom Andrews/LAist
ANSWER LA will be holding a march tomorrow, partially on Wilshire Blvd., that will wrap around Westwood Village streets and stage at the Federal Building. Let GAZA Live, as they are calling it, is part of a larger National Day of Protest with other events planned throughout Southern California.
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