Labor groups show off their solidarity at annual Labor Day march in Wilmington
David Rice
PUBLISHED: September 3, 2018 at 3:26 pm | UPDATED: September 3, 2018 at 5:33 pm
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Hundreds of Union workers, friends, and family take to the streets and march in the 39th Los Angeles/Long Beach Labor Day Parade Monday morning, September 3, 2014 in Wilmington. (Photo by Tracey Roman, Contributing Photographer)
By David Rice, Correspondent

“I come from a union family,” said Larry Barragan. “This is a lifestyle for me.”

And on Monday, more than 6,000 people marched, cheered, chanted and lined the streets of the blue-collar community of Wilmington to show solidarity with that sentiment on Labor Day, at the Los Angeles/Long Beach Harbor Labor Coalition Solidarity Parade and Picnic Rally.

“It’s what I’m about, said Barragan, the event’s chairman. “I was born and raised in San Pedro. I do this out of dedication for the union. It is a labor of love.”

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