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Marching for their lives

Ben Wallace, Website Editor

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March for Our Lives was a student activist demonstration in which millions of children around the nation took a stand against gun violence.
On March 24, these students took to the streets of Washington D.C., and more than 800 other cities to protest the current gun laws of the United States. Several Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students, such as Emma Gonzalez, spoke out in favor of gun reform. This national movement also had a representation in Charleston. “It was very inspiring to hear what people from other schools had to say about the issue.” said Molly Miller, a student who attended the March for Our Lives event in Charleston.

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