Wearing red and purple union shirts and carrying signs proclaiming "Justice for Janitors," the march began with a gathering at Grand Park then made its way along Grand Avenue.
The more than 20,000 statewide janitors represented by the Service Employees International Union-United Service Workers West have already authorized a strike if a contract agreement is not reached. The union's
The Los Angeles County Federation of Labor has already proclaimed its support of the janitors and a possible strike, which officials said could begin as early as Monday if a labor agreement is not reached.
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