The Harbor City Community Job Center received over 100 workers for a historic march.
The walk began at 7 in the morning at the Center in Wilmington, CA.
At around 8 in the morning, a press conference took place where Martha Arevalo, Executive Director of CARECEN, and Pablo Alvarado of NDLON along with the workers welcomed everyone and thanked them for joining in on the event.
At the beginning of the walk, the Harbor City workers walked to the offices of Councilmember Joe Buscaino to deliver a letter in which they invited him to collaborate in finding solutions for the preservation of the centers. During this walk, the rest of the workers also visited the offices of Councilmembers Curren Price and Gil Cedillo.
The walk had an approximate distance of 25 miles and there were no reports of dehydration of medical attention.
The workers demonstrated once more what they are willing to do to find solutions to the demands they have made to receive respect and equality as workers that contribute to the nation.
The walk concluded on the steps of the Los Angeles City Hall where workers, organizers and directors of NDLON, CARECEN and IDEPSCA publically recognized the work that each of the walkers did during the walk.
It is important to mention that there needs to be more than just recognition for those older workers that walked from beginning to end.
Carlos Días----Harbor City
Carmen Santos----Harbor City
Ranferi Velázquez----Harbor City
José Isabel Sandoval---Harbor City
Arturo López----Harbor City
Zohel Flores---Harbor City
Miguel Zapata---El Monte
Miguel Murcia--- Hollywood
Luis Valentan, popular communicator, reading his reality to write his story for history.