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July 23, 2001 | LARRY B. STAMMER, TIMES RELIGION WRITER
In a show of solidarity with Israelis, about 5,000 members of Los Angeles' Jewish community rallied Sunday to reaffirm their support in the face of ongoing violence, economic hardship and demoralization in the Holy Land. The rally was billed as a "people to people" demonstration, rather than a more controversial display of political support for the Israeli government, now led by conservative Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.
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June 16, 2001 | SARAH HALE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hundreds of janitors, housekeepers and day laborers gathered downtown Friday in a rally and march to demand immigration reform and greater respect for their work. Labor and political leaders argued for legislation that would grant amnesty to thousands of illegal immigrants, including many who work as janitors. Nearly 2,000 service employees clad in purple T-shirts chanted, beat drums and waved signs reading "Reward Work" to show their support.
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May 20, 2001 | NEDRA RHONE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hundreds of people lined the streets near the Federal Building on Saturday to protest U.S. aid to Israel and to garner support for Palestinian liberation. At 2 p.m, the crowd chanted, "Free Palestine," and waved signs calling for an end to the violence that some Palestinians in the United States said they doubt will end. Some said the recent surge in violence forced them to join the protest.
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April 25, 2001 | MICHAEL KRIKORIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Armenian genocide. The Turkish government denies it ever happened. But to the throngs of Armenian Americans who marched Tuesday through the streets of Hollywood on the Armenian Day of Remembrance, that denial only fueled their zeal to never forget what occurred during World War I. Blocking parts of Hollywood and Sunset boulevards, thousands chanted slogans, waved flags and walked 1 1/2 miles to honor the 1.
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April 18, 2001 | K. CONNIE KANG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Chanting, "Japan, apologize," and "Japan, tell the truth," more than 200 Asian American protesters Tuesday demanded that the Japanese government pull back new history textbooks that they say whitewash Japan's crimes against its neighbors before and during World War II.
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March 23, 2001 | FAYE FIORE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The taupe car rounded the corner of Maclay Avenue in San Fernando on Thursday morning and First Lady Laura Bush got an eyeful of the admirers who lined the sidewalks, their signs of support bobbing aloft. But not for her. The adoring crowd had turned out for Vicente Fox, whose first official trip to the United States as Mexico's president seemed to be briefly overshadowing Bush's first official trip outside of Washington as first lady.
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March 16, 2001
Pete Torres, house manager of Royce Hall, could hardly believe the final act of 300 boisterous protesters who forced the cancellation of a mayoral debate. After breaking into UCLA's performance hall and noisily occupying the building for four hours Wednesday evening, then spilling out to declare victory in their fight to restore affirmative action, many politely returned to tidy the room.
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March 16, 2001 | DALONDO MOULTRIE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Five protesters were arrested on charges of trespassing Thursday afternoon as community activists stepped up their protests against the developers of a luxury apartment complex by disrupting work at the downtown construction site. More than 100 protesters and supporters of the Assn. of Community Organizations for Reform Now gathered in front of the Medici apartments at Bixel and 7th streets at noon. Association members insist that the developers, G.H.
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March 16, 2001 | KENNETH R. WEISS, TIMES EDUCATION WRITER
Pete Torres, house manager of Royce Hall, could hardly believe the final act of 300 boisterous protesters who forced the cancellation of a mayoral debate. After breaking into UCLA's performance hall and noisily occupying the building for four hours Wednesday evening, then spilling out into the night declaring victory in their fight to restore affirmative action, many politely returned to tidy the room.
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March 15, 2001 | LAURA WIDES, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
About 30 people, including two boaters, demonstrated Wednesday against bulldozing on wetlands on the site of the proposed massive Playa Vista development. The protesters are upset that the work began before they could appeal a federal court decision that allows the filling of 16 acres of wetlands at various spots in the more than 1,000-acre Westside project and the creation of what developers say will be a freshwater marsh.
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