The Jan. 17 event in downtown Los Angeles will spotlight valuing and protecting all human life

By Staff     1/15/2015

A walk designed to express a mass commitment to valuing and protecting all human life, organized by OneLife LA, will wind through downtown Los Angeles on the morning of Jan. 17.

The walk, which is intended to call particular attention to the most vulnerable members of the community, is free, open to all, and will begin at 10 a.m. (doors open at 9:30) at Placita Olvera—at the end of historic Olvera Street and across Alameda Street from Union Station.

The walk continues through the streets of downtown Los Angeles and ends at Grand Park with a family-friendly celebration of speakers, entertainment, exhibits and food trucks. The event concludes at 3 p.m.

Walkers are encouraged to bring hats, water bottles, sunscreen, banners and picnic blankets.

For registration and more information, go to onelifela.org.