The gathering was organized by students and roughly 300 people of all generations joined the march on Atlantic Boulevard after they first met at Atlantic Park.
The group marched in protest of not only the death of George Floyd, but they also protested for the lives lost in confrontations with L.A. County sheriff's deputies.
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Organizers are hopeful the protest will help spread their message of freedom and equality.
"We just want to show solidarity and we feel it's the younger generations that are speaking out right now and educating the older educations," said Lucia Torres, one of organizers. "So we wanted to provide that for our community."
The march finished near the sheriff's East L.A. station and was very peaceful.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that students from East L.A. High School had gathered for the protest. The protest involved students from schools across East L.A.