(Esther Ma/Daily Bruin staff)
A vigil was held Thursday evening at the Bruin Plaza in remembrance of Urumqi fire victims. Attendees called for political freedom and stood in solidarity with the protests against China’s “zero COVID” policy.
The Iranian Student Group at UCLA and the Iranian Graduate and Professional Association held a rally Wednesday in support of anti-government protesters in Iran. The event was a part of a larger international rally that took place across more than 200 campuses.
On Tuesday, the Iranian community at UCLA gathered on campus to rally for Iran. The demonstrators gathered at Royce Hall and formed a human chain before marching to Bruin Plaza.
On Monday evening, the Armenian Students’ Association at UCLA hosted a candlelit vigil in front of Royce Hall to honor the lives lost to the violence at the Armenia-Azerbaijan border.
As part of a series of worldwide rallies for Iran, 20,000 attendees took to the streets of downtown Los Angeles to protest the killing of 22-year-old Iranian woman Mahsa Amini.
Following the death of 22-year-old Iranian woman Mahsa Amini, UCLA’s Iranian Student Group organized a vigil Thursday night in her honor. The vigil served as a space to mourn her death and discuss the enforcement of hijab laws in Iran.
People took to Pershing Square on Friday in protest of the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which overturned Roe v.
After being postponed for two years, 2022 Los Angeles Pride marked the return of an in-person parade to celebrate its 52nd anniversary in Hollywood.
Organized by Women’s March Foundation, Planned Parenthood and their partners, the “Ban Off Our Bodies” rally was part of a nationwide series of rallies. The Los Angeles rally included speeches by LA mayor Eric Garcetti and Women’s March Foundation founder Emiliana Guereca.
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