I knew there was a reason they called it “La-La Land:”
About 100 people gathered in Hollywood Saturday night to protest U.S. policies regarding Venezuela and Bolivia and economic sanctions against Cuba.
The candlelight vigil, organized by the April 7 Coalition and held at Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue about 6:30 p.m., was peaceful, LAPD Lt. Michael Oreb said.
Protesters called for an end to the United States’ “political war against Cuba,” as well as threats of sanctions against Venezuela and Bolivia, according to organizers.
How about they hold a candlelight vigil to call for an end to Castro’s war against basic human rights and freedom?