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Caravan for Peace in Los Angeles
The Caravan for Peace with Justice and Dignity, an organization of U.S. and Mexican activists, is promoting a bi-national dialogue on drug war violence.

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Javier Sicilia addresses crowd across from the Los Angeles City Hall. A member of the group stands wrapped with black yarn to symbolize those who have died or gone missing as a result of drug war violence.

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Caravan for Peace members walk in front of L.A. City Hall

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On display are handkerchiefs with sewn on messages to commemorate loved ones missing or dead as a result of drug war.

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Jorge Moreno, 16, holds a picture of his uncle, Mauricio Aguilar, who disappeared in Mexico in 2011.

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Rafael Trujillo Herrera talks to L.A. residents about his 4 missing brothers.

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A man lights candles at vigil in East Los Angeles to commemorate those who died or are missing as a result of drug war violence.

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A child holds a candle at a vigil inside an East Los Angeles church to commemorate those who died or are missing as a result of drug war violence.

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A mass is held at an East Los Angeles church to commemorate those who died or are missing as a result of drug war violence.

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Javier Sicilia and activists hold anti-drug war violence signs across from the L.A. City Hall. An activist with the Caravan for Peace movement stands wrapped in black yarn, symbolizing those who have died or have gone missing as a result of the drug war.

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Javier Sicilia and activists hold anti-drug war violence signs across from the L.A. City Hall. An activist with the Caravan for Peace movement stands wrapped in black yarn, symbolizing those who have died or have gone missing as a result of the drug war.

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Javier Sicilia and activists hold anti-drug war violence signs across from the L.A. City Hall. An activist with the Caravan for Peace movement stands wrapped in black yarn, symbolizing those who have died or have gone missing as a result of the drug war.

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Javier Sicilia and activists hold anti-drug war violence signs across from the L.A. City Hall. An activist with the Caravan for Peace movement stands wrapped in black yarn, symbolizing those who have died or have gone missing as a result of the drug war.

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A member of the Caravan for Peace movement holds a sign outside of the L.A. City Hall.

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An activist with the Caravan for Peace movement stands wrapped in black yarn, symbolizing those who have died or have gone missing as a result of the drug war.

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Javier Sicilia and Caravan for Peace members stand outside L.A. City Hall to read resolution passed by Councilmember Jose Huizar in support of the Caravan for Peace movement.

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Outside the L.A. City Hall, an activist with the Caravan for Peace movement stands wrapped in black yarn, symbolizing those who have died or have gone missing as a result of the drug war.

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Outside the L.A. City Hall, an activist with the Caravan for Peace movement stands wrapped in black yarn, symbolizing those who have died or have gone missing as a result of the drug war.

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Outside the L.A. City Hall, an activist with the Caravan for Peace movement stands wrapped in black yarn, symbolizing those who have died or have gone missing as a result of the drug war.

 

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Outside the L.A. City Hall, John Lindsay-Poland, an activist with the Caravan for Peace movement stands wrapped in black yarn, symbolizing those who have died or have gone missing as a result of the drug war.

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Outside the L.A. City Hall, John Lindsay-Poland, an activist with the Caravan for Peace movement stands wrapped in black yarn, symbolizing those who have died or have gone missing as a result of the drug war.

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Outside the L.A. City Hall, John Lindsay-Poland, an activist with the Caravan for Peace movement stands wrapped in black yarn, symbolizing those who have died or have gone missing as a result of the drug war.

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Members of the Caravan for Peace hold anti-drug war signs outside L.A. City Hall.

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Members of the Caravan for Peace hold anti-drug war signs outside L.A. City Hall.

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Members of the Caravan for Peace hold anti-drug war signs outside L.A. City Hall.

Caravan for Peace in Los Angeles

The Caravan for Peace with Justice and Dignity, an organization of U.S. and Mexican activists, is promoting a bi-national dialogue on drug war violence.

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