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Images from the March for Our Lives

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Images from the March for Our Lives

You’re Not Alone: Senior citizens marched to show students that they’re not alone in their fight for stronger gun control. “I want everyone to feel just a little safer and placing stricter gun laws will do that,” said Elizabeth Byram, who identified herself as a proud mother and grandmother. Photo by Jasmine Barrera.

You’re Not Alone: Senior citizens marched to show students that they’re not alone in their fight for stronger gun control. “I want everyone to feel just a little safer and placing stricter gun laws will do that,” said Elizabeth Byram, who identified herself as a proud mother and grandmother. Photo by Jasmine Barrera.

You’re Not Alone: Senior citizens marched to show students that they’re not alone in their fight for stronger gun control. “I want everyone to feel just a little safer and placing stricter gun laws will do that,” said Elizabeth Byram, who identified herself as a proud mother and grandmother. Photo by Jasmine Barrera.

You’re Not Alone: Senior citizens marched to show students that they’re not alone in their fight for stronger gun control. “I want everyone to feel just a little safer and placing stricter gun laws will do that,” said Elizabeth Byram, who identified herself as a proud mother and grandmother. Photo by Jasmine Barrera.

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In this week’s double #TuesdayTop10, we take a look back at 20 images from the March for Our Lives, a political demonstration organized by the survivors of the Feb. 14 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. The March for Our Lives occurred in more than 836 cities across the world on March 24. During Austin’s rally, thousands of demonstrators marched from City Hall to the Capitol to encourage lawmakers to prohibit assault weapons, prevent the sale of high-capacity magazines and close loopholes in background checks and gun show purchases.

Photos by Jasmine Barrera, Tomas Marrero, Madison Olsen, Kirsten Pacotti and Sophie Ryland.

 

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