Walk Route


La Placita/Olvera Street

125 Paseo De La Plaza
Los Angeles
CA 90012


LA State Historic Park

1245 N Spring St
Los Angeles
CA 90012


January 23, 2021


La Placita/Olvera Street

Youth/Young Adult Rally
Doors Open
Event Begins

LA State Historic Park

Program Concludes

Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels

Requiem Mass for the Unborn

Imperial Western at Union Station, Downtown LA

Young Adult After Party

Speakers & Performers

Coming soon!

  • Francis Cabildo

    BAND: Francis Jackie Tim Mike Sergio Jared

    Francis Cabildo is a singer-songwriter, worship leader and speaker from Southern California. He is passionate about loving God, family and the people of God.

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  • Gia Chacon

    Genuinely Gia

    Gia Chacón is a speaker, humanitarian, and blogger. She is best known for her passionate speaking and empowering messages on living out one’s purpose.

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  • AJ Casillas

    Having a deep passion and love for his faith, AJ Casillas has taken on a new life adventure as a Middle School Religion teacher in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.

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  • Daniel Ritchie

    Daniel Ritchie is a speaker and writer from Huntersville, NC. He has spoken both nationally and internationally for churches, schools, fundraisers, conferences, colleges, international news organizations and professional sports teams.

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  • Stephanie Gray

    Love Unleashes Life

    Stephanie Gray is an international pro-life presenter from Vancouver, Canada, who has traveled North America, Central America, and Europe speaking almost 1,000 times over two decades to vast and varied crowds, including medical, legal, political, and university audiences.

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  • Jess Echeverry

    Jess Echeverry is a women and family advocate and speaker. She has survived parental divorce and alcoholism, as well as emotional, physical and sexual abuse.

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  • Marcela Luevanos

    With over 17 years of experience in radio broadcasting, the Mexican-American, Burbank- native, Marcela Luevanos has held some of the most important positions in Los Angeles Radio and on a national level while working with some of the most prominent Morning Radio Personalities.

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  • JC Cuevas

    JC Cuevas has worked as a tv personality on shows such as “Esta Manana” (2012), and “NITIDO” for Telemundo, which was transmitted in the U.S., Mexico, Central and South America.

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  • Noemi Amezcua

    Noemi Amezcua is a resource parent who has adopted 3 children and Fostered several kids over the past 28 years.

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  • Nancy Sanchez

    Nancy Sanchez is a 3 time award winning Jazz vocalist and natural singer songwriter.

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  • Cyntoia Brown-Long

    Cyntoia Brown-Long is an author, speaker, and advocate for criminal justice reform. 

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  • Love and the Outcome

    Love and the Outcome is a husband-wife contemporary Christian music duo from Canada.

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Media Partners


  • When is OneLife LA?

    OneLife LA 2019 is on Saturday, January 18, 2020.

  • What is OneLife LA?

    Celebrating its 6th year, OneLife LA is a walk for life and family-friendly festival in downtown Los Angeles celebrating the beauty and dignity of every human life from conception to natural death.

  • Where is OneLife LA held?

    The walk begins in Downtown LA at La Placita/Olvera Street, 125 Paseo De La Plaza, and concludes with a festival at LA State Historic Park at 1245 N Spring Street.

  • Where can I register?

    You can register right here, for free. Join the fun! Register yourself, your family, or your whole group.

  • Where should the buses drop us off?

    Buses should drop off at La Placita/Olvera Street on North Los Angeles Street between the Old Plaza and Fr Serra Park. They will then park in the designated spaces along 1245 N Spring Street. Afterwards, participants will find their buses parked along the length of the park on Spring Street.

  • Is OneLife LA Free?

    OneLife LA is a free event, open to the public. Speakers, entertainment and music are all free! Just bring your own lunch or cash for food and parking!

  • Can I represent my school, community, parish or organization?

    Bring your own signs, shirts and sweaters (keep ‘em positive!) with you! Don’t have a sign? You can make one and bring it, or we’ll have some for you to carry.

  • What should I bring?

    Come prepared with water, hats and sunscreen to OneLife LA! No outside chairs or tables of any kind are allowed in the park, so be sure to bring your picnic blankets!

  • Do you have a recommended bus company?

    We do not have a recommended bus company. We let each group decide on a company that best fits their needs.