The vigil will be held Thursday, Nov. 7 at 6 p.m. at Los Cerritos Park, located at 3750 Del Mar Ave.
Members of the local diving community gathered Thursday night at the Deep Blue Scuba and Swim Center in Belmont Shore to hold a vigil for the 34 people who died in a boat fire off the coast of Santa Barbara.
Sena Khim was beaten to death by her live-in boyfriend, authorities allege. For her sake, mourners said, it was time to speak out against domestic violence.
The candlelight vigil will be held at the MAYE Center in Cambodia Town.
A crowd of more than 100 people gathered at the intersection of Third Street and Temple Avenue with candles, flowers and their dogs.
The goal of Thursday’s vigil was to “walk peacefully through Long Beach to neighboring black-owned businesses shedding light and love as Nipsey Hussle demonstrated with his time here on earth,” according to an Instagram post by Shades of Afrika.
“Whether or not it happened in Cambodia Town, it’s all of our problem; it’s not just the Cambodians,” one activist said.
Santa Fe Avenue in front of Admiral Kidd Park was filled with honking cars Friday night as the family and friends of Jose Raul Corrales gathered for a rally and vigil to ask the community for one thing: peace.
“We’re trying to figure out exactly what happened, what would cause somebody to come in and just snatch a life from us,” his niece said.
Long Beach locals gathered at Harvey Milk Park Sunday to remember Heather Heyer, a woman killed while counter-protesting a white nationalist march over the weekend.