Juan Pablo Guevara

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Juan Pablo Guevara

Juan Pablo Guevara is a Los Angeles activist. He was a leader of Red Guards - Los Angeles.[1]

A certified recording engineer, Juan Pablo Guevara is a musician, songwriter, and community activist with over eight years of experience in the recording industry. Juan studied recording engineering at The Musician’s Institute in Hollywood, CA, and in 2016 earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from California State University, Los Angeles.

When he’s not doing volunteer work and serving his community, Juan is a consultant for recording studios, houses of worship, and numerous professional musicians.


Juan Pablo Guevara was a leader of the Southern California Young Communist League USA.[2]

South African youth festival

Tashia Holloman, Jordan Farrar, Juan Pablo Guevara were Young Communist League USA delegates to the 17th World Youth Festival, in South Africa in December 2010.

Jordan Farrar, Juan Pablo Guevara with Vietnamese delegation
500pxJuan Pablo Guevara with North Korean delegates

El Salvador

Arturo Cambron August 27, 2010 ·


1st day in El Salvador. Caves by Cuisnahuat.

Nadir Ruben Romo Quezada, Arturo Cambron, Rossana Cambron, Juan Pablo Guevara,

Ecuador Youth Festival

Mik Diddams, second from left, Lisa Bergmann, second from right

World Festival of Youth and Students is an international event, organized by the World Federation of Democratic Youth The 18th festival was held in Quito, Ecuador, on December 7-13, 2013.Juan Pablo Guevara, Mik Diddams, Abimael Lucio Sucio, Lisa Bergmann from the the Young Communist League USA represented the United States.[3]

Occupy LA

Arturo Cambron September 29, 2011:


Occupy LA starts this Sat. at 12 noon at city hall. If you're mad as hell and won't take it no more, join us. — with Laura Cambron, Rossana Cambron, Juan Pablo Guevara, Gaby Castillo, Mario Gonzalez-Brito, Audrey Silvestre, Scott Patrick, Lex Steppling and Miguel Paredes in Los Angeles, California.

Cine Revolucionario

Cine Revolucionario: Concerning Violence. Hosted by Juan Pablo Guevara and Sherley Cordova.

Monday, February 23, 2015 at 3 PM, La Conxa.

The Juventud FMLN-Sur de California and Red Guards - Los Angeles, present Cine Revolucionario, a monthly film showing seeking to build dialogue and consciousness around issues of capitalism-imperialism-colonialism and liberation.

Concerning Violence is a bold and fresh visual narrative from Africa based on archive material from Swedish documentaries 1966-1987 covering the most daring moments in the struggle for liberation from colonial rule. This powerful footage is combined with text from Frantz Fanon’s landmark book The Wretched of the Earth - written in 1960 and still a major tool for understanding and illuminating the neocolonialism happening today, as well as the unrest and the reactions against it.
"Colonialism is not a thinking machine, nor a body endowed with reasoning faculties. It is violence in its natural state, and it will only yield when confronted with greater violence."[4]

A Night of Solidarity with Manipur


Red Guards - Los Angeles organized a Sunday 25 January 2015, event 1214 East 1st St, East Los Angeles. "A Night of Solidarity with Manipur".

Join us as we explore the national liberation struggle by the people of Manipur, India, and the Maoist Communist Party of Manipur, as they fight against capitalism and Indian state repression. We will be showing brief videos, discussing the overall revolution in India and how communists can and must show solidarity with national liberation movements.
The event is organized by the Red Guards - Los Angeles (branch of the New Communist Party - Liaison Committee) out of La Concha, a community space of the Ovarian Psyco-Cycles, a East Los Angeles and Boyle Heights-based radical womyn of color bicycling collective.
We will be exploring the role of communists in Manipur, and the larger context of India - studying the role of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) and their ongoing revolution against the state of India.
We will have a special performance from award-winning revolutionary poet Matt Sedillo, a long-time ally and supporter of revolutionary movements in and outside the U.S.

Those signalling intention to attend on the Whenever page for the event included Sivarraya Ande Phakpiseth, Liklai Khonbi Chanu, Guadalupe Sanchez, Nancy Zuniga, Maryann Aguirre, Marc Durougeot, Bravia Tsai, Samson Ngangom, Khanganba Haorokcham, Premjit Mainam, Phampok Mangangcha, David Sheng, Dallas Hogan, Malem Keisam, Kritivash Aribam, Bndzs Naorem, Aspen Miller, Juan Pablo Guevara, Aspen Miller, Bravia Tsai, Naorem Yennou, William Palomino, Ali Tweini, Facundo Rompe, Ramakanta Haorokcham, Joy Wahengbam, Maria Lorena Barros, Zohair Asad Shamsi, Behrooz Navaii, Abir Hasan, Julio Crvnts, Angel Olin Juarez, Evan Beaufort, Jack Ngxom, Nongda Tarangchhen, Moirangthem Joybhusan, Lanheiba Luwang, Nabam Tayiir, Ângelo Cassenotte, Tolen Len, Shyamananda Sapam, Korou Konsam, Licenciado Rodrigo Valles, Matt Sedillo, Arnold Maisnam, Robin Khumancha, Momocha Jazz, Leisem Yum, Njabulo Mkhululi Matshikiza, Rajesh Yumnam, Kjell Gunnar Larsen, Den Molotov, Felicia Gomez Verdin, Atul Pathak, Amber Jeremie, Harish Sing, Marlon Stern, Ishan Chandam, Poleen Lamabam, Pareihanba Meetei Pheiroijam, Alex Marroquin, Kiran Moirangthem, Meetei Leichil, Cihuatl Ce, Rockey Meitei Saphaba, Stephanie Abrego, Chingalakpa Meitei, Perla Madera, Eugene Hernandez, Poton Khundrakpam, Gunamani Lai, Bilari Cat, Athoiba Ngangom, Luwangcha Herojit Meitei, Danny Chavez, Angel Olin Juarez, Lamnganba Kangleicha, Chalam Moirangthem, Khamba Khuman, Paokhong Meitei, Telheiba Ningthoujam, Peder Rena, Alexander Vogel, Mark Ferguson, Laija Luwang, Njabulo Mkhululi Matshikiza, Changkhonbi Chanu, Leisem Yum, Gloria TepiliUelia, Takhatpa Meitei, Abimael Lucio Sucio, Muthat-heibi Mamomloi, Tompok Mangangcha, Roni Abem, Evie X. Martinez , Anu Khumanthem, Victoria Velasco, Danielle Boss, .[5]

Los Angeles Supports the Kurdish Resistance!

Red Guards - Los Angeles organized a meeting 5055 Wilshire Blvd,Los Angeles, Thursday 13 August 2015, "Los Angeles Supports the Kurdish Resistance!".

After the continued attacks on Kurdish resistance fighters and their supporters in Kurdish territories occupied by Turkey, Syria, Iraq and Iran, international calls have been made for organizations to act in solidarity with the courageous Kurds in their fight for national liberation and self determination.
The revolutionaries of the PKK, YPG, YPJ, PJAK, YRK and other groups are involved in an armed struggle against the reactionary states in the Middle East and the reactionary Daesh (“Islamic” State).
International League of Peoples' Struggle - ILPS Southern California (ILPS-Southern California), the Black Rose Anarchist Federation / Federación Anarquista Rosa Negra, Red Guards - Los Angeles (of the Liaison Committee for a New Communist Party Party), the Indigenous Peoples Liberation Party - Califas Region ( IPLP-Califas Region) and other organizations call upon as many progressive groups who uphold national liberation and self determination for all oppressed peoples to come out Thursday, Aug. 13 in front of the Turkish Consulate of Los Angeles to rally and protest the reactionary and oppressive Republic of Iraq, Iran, Syria and especially Turkey.
Biji Rojava! Rohava lives!

Those signalling intention to attend on the Whenever page for the event included Agus Supriyanto, Jane Shi, Isil Guler, Heval Kobani, Marcos Caloca, Jeff Cerny, Joaquin Cienfuegos, Juan Pablo Guevara, Ricardo Lomeli, Maria Lorena Barros, Nicky Danesh, Beatriz Tzintzuni, Tonalpohualli Ah Tabai-Zacatzontli Arevalos, Dylan Schwayne, Jocelyne Gomez, Raysuli Williams, David Sheng, Michael DeHart, Alan Warsaw, Johnathan Rivera, Heather Mews, Erica Segura, Bases D. Madera, Jaye Jo, Vedric Saran, Eli Rusakov, Jon Laks, Hawzhin Azeez, Joel Palacios, Chaac Anubes, Katie J. Neverr, Alfredo Murillo, Victoria Velasco, Tony Bautista, Garrick Ruiz, Sayid Nim, Nuri Nuri, JulioMarquez Montero, Seth Ashernasserpal, Robert Donald Weide, Xochipitzahua De Maiz, Yady Arroyo, Johnny Cash, Arîn-Xezal Nesari, Rast Kalo, Maryann Aguirre, Josefina La China, Danny Chavez, Abimael Lucio Sucio, Todd Everett Griffin, Facundo Rompe, Jose Diogo, Eric Asko Lara, Jorge Rivas, Khang Tran, .[6]

KAMAYAN Filipino Dinner Fundraiser for ILPS 5IA

"KAMAYAN Filipino Dinner Fundraiser for ILPS 5IA" was held 2845 W 7th St,Los Angeles Friday 2 October 2015, 19:00

Organized by : International League of Peoples' Struggle - ILPS Southern California.

The International League of Peoples' Struggle is an international formation of more than 350 organizations from 40 countries promoting, supporting and developing the anti-imperialist struggles of the peoples of the world. It has a broad mass character and not subordinate to any political party...
100% of funds raised from the dinner will help send Southern California delegates to the ILPS 5th International Assembly in Manila, Philippines this November 2015. This year's assembly theme is “For a Socially Just World, Strengthen the Peoples’ Solidarity and Intensify the Struggle Against Imperialist Plunder, Crisis and War”.

Co-hosted by: BAYAN USA - Southern California, Juventud FMLN Sur de California, Red Guards - Los Angeles.

Those indicating attendance on Wherevent included Jennifer Amparo Carcamo, Bev Tang, Miluchia Sibala, Rose Megan Dominguez, Joanna Concepcion, Annalou Lingat, Jennifer Brenes, Nikole Cababa, Nancy Zuniga, Erick Carbajal, Adam D. Diaz, Nap Pempena, Kayden Acas, Alex Marroquin, Juan Pablo Guevara, Corleone Ham, Romeo Hebron, Eric Tandoc, Abimael Lucio Sucio.[7]



Jan. 31, 2016;

Just finished an amazing ILPS 5th International Assembly SoCal Reportback with Southern California delegates (picture) from Human Rights Alliance for Child Refugees & Families, Palestinian Youth Movement - Los Angeles, Orange County, and Inland Empire, Juventud FMLN-Sur de California, and Red Guards - Los Angeles | Long Live International Solidarity #ILPS5IA #InternationalSolidarity — with Kuusela Hilo, Nancy Zuniga, Joanna Concepcion, Hiyasmin Saturay, Eric Tandoc, Jennifer Amparo Carcamo and Alex Marroquin. Juan Pablo Guevara also pictured.

3626 E 5th St,Los Angeles Sunday 31 January 2016, organized by Bayan Southern CA. ILPS 5th International Assembly Southern California Reportback.

In November 2015, members of community organizations from Southern California attended the ILPS 5th International Assembly in Manila, Philippines, where they met organizers from over 40 countries committed to fighting global imperialism, neoliberalism, and U.S. militarization.

Those indicating attendance on Wherevent included Scott Scheffer, Facundo Rompe, Freddie Spruell, Fidel Agcaoili, Jewelle Dela Cruz, Jennifer Amparo Carcamo, Vito Perez, Paula Abad, Janelle Viray, Celine Qussiny, Nancy Zuniga, Geno Fernandez, Juan Pablo Guevara, Andrew Esposo, Samantha Pineda, Steven Osuna, Dang Da Wei, Bev Tang, Taylor Thomas, Kooper Caraway, Jodi Scofield, Sam Beutler, Rudy Liporada, Ivan Penetrante, Gilbert A. Portillo, Dominico Vega, Alex Marroquin, Diana Sandoval, Arnie Saiki, Ast Aten-Khepera Nut, Eric Tandoc, Raysuli Williams,Cynthia Guardado, Diane Hirsch-garcia, Maridel Andrada, Steve Angeles, Michelle Mondia, Nicole Dumaguindin, Marisol Marquez, Terrie Cervas, Jason Martinez, Kuusela Hilo, Richard Cano, Nikole Cababa.

Hosted by ILPS Southern California, Palestinian Youth Movement - Southern California, JFMLN - Sur de California, Bayan-USA Southern California, Red Guards - Los Angeles.[8]