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In True LA Fashion, This Protest Was On Wheels

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Mr. Huerta in his 1950s Chevy Deluxe at today's "Eastside Ride" protest caravan in Boyle Heights. (Robert Garrova / LAist)
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One of the protests that happened today in L.A. today was the "Eastside Ride," billed as "a soladarity cruise for our black relatives."

Cars of all vintages — from classics to contemporary — gathered at Mariachi Plaza in Boyle Heights and the East L.A. Public Library, and then they began a caravan to LAPD headquarters in downtown Los Angeles.

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