Families of Disappeared Mexican Students Begin #Caravana43 USA – An Intense Tour through Los Angeles and Inland Empire

Students from CalState Northridge welcome the families of the disappeared Mexican students from Ayotzinapa, as part of the Caravana43 US tour.

Students from CalState Northridge welcome the families of the disappeared Mexican students from Ayotzinapa, as part of the Caravana43 USA tour.

FOR IMMEDIATE DISSEMINATION

Families of Disappeared Mexican Students Begin #Caravana43 USA – An Intense Tour through Los Angeles and Inland Empire 

Parents and classmates of the students who disappeared in Ayotzinapa, Guerrero, Mexico will participate in an intense tour that will see them meeting with students, teachers and community members in Los Angeles and the Inland Empire from Thursday, March 19 through Sunday, March 22 as part of Caravana43 USA – Pacific Region.

Members of Caravana43 will meet with students from the University of California, Northridge and Los Angeles. They will participate in the California Teachers Federation Conference, meet with local Angelinos and join a march through the streets of Los Angeles to the offices of the Mexican Consulate, as well as many other events.

There will be various media availability opportunities with the parents and students participating in Caravana43 beginning with their arrival at Los Angeles International Airport, a press conference in CSUN campus the same day, all culminating on Sunday where they will lead a march through Los Angeles joined by what is expected to be a great showing of support from communities throughout Southern California.

Tour Details:

Thursday, March 19

12:00 noon

Arrival of Caravana43 at LAX Airport

United Airlines Flight UA293 from Mexico City.

  • Angel Neri de La Cruz – Student
  • Cruz Bautista Salvador – Teacher.

2:30 pm

Forum at Cal State Northridge

18111 Nordhoff St. Northridge, CA 91330

Sequoia Hall, Room 104

4:30 pm

Press conference and media availability

Cal State Northridge

Friday, March 20th

10 a.m.

Presentation Cal State LA

Room King Hall C4073

5151 University Drive,

Los Angeles, CA 90032

2: 00 pm

Participation in the Convention of the California Federation of Teachers in Manhattan Beach- Access only convention delegates.

11:00 a.m.

Arriving at LAX Airport in Los Angeles

Southwest flight # 4191 from Phoenix, Az.

    • Blanca Luz Nava Vélez, mother of Jorge Álvarez Nava
    • Estanislao Mendoza Chocolate,  father of Miguel Angel Mendoza Zacarías
    • Josimar De la Cruz Ayala, student

2:00 pm

Meeting with Students and Parents in Animo Leadership High School in Inglewood, CA.

Only access for students and parents of the school.

3:30 pm

Community Event

Restaurant La Feria

10903 South Inglewood,

Inglewood, CA 90304

Saturday March 21

10 a.m.

Press Conference – Placita Olvera – Ayotzinapa Spring

1:00 pm

Encounter with Central American community

CARECEN

5:00 pm

Public event

UTLA

Sunday, March 22

10:00 am

California Federation of Teachers’ convention

Manhattan Beach, CA – Members only 

  • Angel Neri de La Cruz – Student
  • Cruz Bautista Salvador – Teacher.

1:00 pm

March Caravana43 by Ayotzinapa

Placita Olvera to the Mexican Consulate

(Passing the Federal Building and the City of Los Angeles)

Early on – Inland Empire

  • Blanca Luz Nava Vélez, mother of Jorge Álvarez Nava
  • Estanislao Mendoza Chocolate,  father of Miguel Angel Mendoza Zacarías
  • Josimar De la Cruz Ayala, student

8:30 am

Solidarity Breakfast

Life Arts Center

3485 University Ave.

Riverside CA 92501

 11:00 am

Mass for Ayotzinapa

Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help

5250 Central Ave.

Riverside CA, 92504

The group and members of the community travel’s to LA to join the March Caravana 43. From Placita Olvera to the Mexican Consulate (From 1:00 to 4:00 pm).

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