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L.A. Unity Cruise: Over 100 Lowriders ‘Cruise for Justice’ from East Los Angeles to City Hall

11:35 AM PDT on June 29, 2020

    [dropcap size=big]L[/dropcap]owriders from all corners of Los Angeles assembled at City Hall yesterday to demand social justice and unity in the city. The ride was organized by BLVD NIGHTS. More than 100 lowriders gathered in Pico Rivera and stopped underneath the historic Whittier Boulevard arch on the way to City Hall. Families, car clubs, and Estevan Oriol were in attendance and the cruise ended with a street performance by Kid Frost performing 'La Raza' on the steps of City Hall.

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