Please Invite A Friend
Please Join Us For A
March for Human Rights
Sunday, December 9, 2012, 2 p.m.
Begin at Los Angeles Chinatown Dr. Sun Yat Sen Plaza
Ends at 443 Shatto Place, Los Angeles, Consulate of the PRC
(See details below)

Let us Re-Affirm the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights
The Right to Dignity
The Right to Life, Liberty and Security of Person
The Right to Equal Protection of the Law
The Right Not to be subjected to Arbitrary Arrest, Detention or Exile
The Right to Freedom of Movement to Leave or Return to one's country
The Right to Freedom of Thought, Conscience and Religion
The Right to Freedom of Opinion and Expression
The Right to Seek, Receive and Impart Information  through any Media
and regardless of Frontiers.
The Right to Freedom of Peaceful Assembly
The Right to Take Part in the Government of one's country

We Shall Demand the Release of All Prisoners of Conscience

Please arrive at 1:45 p.m. to allow for setup time.
We shall provide T-shirts to the first 50 participants.
Please bring a photo of Prisoners of Conscience, those missing, those in house arrests, those being harassed and you are invited to read out their names, what they have done to cause China's government action against them.

The Route:
      Start from:  943 North Broadway, the Dr. Sun Yat Sen Plaza
      Walk south on North Broadway towards downtown Los Angeles
      Turn Right on W 5th St.
      Turn Left onto S Grand Ave
      Turn Right onto Wilshire Blvd.
      Turn Right onto Shatto Place
      Arrive 443 Shatto Place, Consulate of the Peoples Republic of China
      Entire route 4.4 miles, about 1 1/2 hours.
      Estimate to arrive at 4 p.m. to allow for delays and traffic signals.
Program will begin in front of the Consulate

     There is public parking in Chinatown
Or you can park your car near Shatto Place and take the Metro
      Metro Red Line(802) from Wilshire/Vermont Station to Union Station
      Transfer to Metro Gold Line (804) to Chinatown Station and walk to 943 N Broadway   

Information : Please call Ann Lau, Visual Artists Guild 310-539-0234 or 310-433-0697

Sponsor Organizations:
      Visual Artists Guild
      Amnesty International Group 148

Participating Organizations:
      China Democratic Party
      Chinese Human Rights Protection Group  
      Hong Kong Forum
      Other Organizations to be confirmed