The event was held to bring attention to children who are held in cages in custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement. A flyer for the event said it was "also to end all racism/injustice to all minorities."
SHARE‼️SHARE‼️MARCH AGAINST ICE, This Sunday the 14th at 2pm. There Will Be A March to the LA City Hall! Starting From the 1st Street Bridge at 150 N. MYERS St. Los Angeles Connecting Boyle Heights to Downtown LA. City Hall #freeourchildren #abolishice pic.twitter.com/ChMU5lBdcL— el vale (@elvale_1) June 10, 2020
It was a separate event and cause from the larger protest held in Hollywood on Sunday, in which thousands of people showed solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.