Protesters gathered Thursday in the streets and on the campus of East LA College, where former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton brought her campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Protesters supporting Clinton's Democratic rival, Bernie Sanders, clashed with her supporters outside the college as a cordon of police kept watch.
"She would do absolutely nothing to help the middle class," said Cilena Aziz, a Sanders supporter.
Among the protesters gathered were from a group called Union del Barrio, a political group with a presense in South Los Angeles. They said Clinton did not support a national $15 minimum wage and has been a part of anti-immigration policies, including deporting undocumented chidren
An anti-Democratic Party, anti-Clinton protest outside her event in East LA. pic.twitter.com/PmdVMw97FQ— Dan Merica (@danmericaCNN) May 5, 2016
Latino union organizer outside HRC's LA event tells protesters to "go home."— Dan Merica (@danmericaCNN) May 6, 2016
"F*** you white washed," yells pro-Sanders Latino protester.
Go Home Clinton
Check out the picture being used to protest Clinton's event in East Los Angeles. pic.twitter.com/qs5Dg1Rgxv— Dan Merica (@danmericaCNN) May 6, 2016