Full Disclosure Network has a video blog entry entitled "Inside the Boycott: Legitimate or Racist?"
AP reports that in anticipation of employees not showing up, some meat companies are planning plant closures during the protests.
Antonio Villaraigosa is not going to be in Los Angeles for local protests, organizers are not happy about it. UPDATE: (Well then he said he was going to be here, but now maybe he's not)
Blogger Marta Donayre discusses the immigration issue from her perspective of being an immigrant who is also a lesbian and who experiences rejection from both of the communities she belongs to.
Steve Lopez in the LA Times reports that LA developer/political kingmaker Rick Caruso has given his employees the day off to protest; another immigrant however, does not have that luxury.
In preparation for the protests, the City is closing some streets and rerouting buses downtown. LADOT has issued maps with street closures for the Great American Boycott and We Are America protests.
Anti-illegal immigration protestors, The Minuteman Project, have erected a fence on the Mexican border.