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Sunday's LA Protests: Where, When And What We Know

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Many protests against racism and police brutality are planned for a 12th day in Southern California. Demonstrators are demanding justice for black Americans killed by police officers, as well as asking officials to defund the L.A. Police Department.


Note: This is by no means an exhaustive list. Let us know if we missed anything and we will update.

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Santa Monica, (bike ride), Santa Monica Courthouse, 11 a.m.

Pacific Palisades, El Medio Bluffs, 11 a.m.

Hollywood, 925 Western Ave., 11:30 a.m.

West Covina, 100 Barranca St. (I-10 freeway overpass), noon

Compton, (Compton Cowboys horse ride) Gateway Towne Center, 1621 Towne Center Dr., noon

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Venice, First Baptist Church, 685 Westminster Ave., noon

Compton, Greenleaf & Central Ave., noon

Boyle Heights, (car caravan), Mariachi Plaza, noon

East L.A., (car caravan), East L.A. Library, noon

Pasadena, La Pintoresca Park, Fair Oaks & Washington, noon

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Newport Beach, Backbay Science Center, 600 Shellmaker Rd., 2 p.m.

East L.A., Atlantic Avenue Park, 570 S. Atlantic Ave., 3 p.m.

Glendale, 325 W. Doran St., 3 p.m.

Hollywood, 1750 Vine St., 4 p.m.

Glendale, 613 E. Broadway, 4:30 p.m.

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Compton, Compton Blvd. between Acacia and Willowbrook avenues, 6:30 p.m.