Share Your Stories From the March for Our Lives

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No legislator can ignore widespread demand for gun control reform today, thanks to hundreds of thousands of demonstrators expected to come out for the March for Our Lives in Washington D.C. alone. Whether you’ve made it out to D.C. or any of the other 843 other events in 37 countries around the world, we want to hear from you. Send us your photos, videos, stories, selfies, slogans, evil eye gloves, hero sightings, these guys, your fam, your friends, your means of transportation, whether you’re in the hospital or Iceland or the front porch or detention, wherever! Except Cher. Cher is covered.

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CanIHave4Beers

We’ll leave for the march in Dallas in about an hour. The small human made his own sign, after we talked about why we were marching last night.
Last night, we talked to him about why were marching, in the most age-appropriate way we could. He looked at me and said, “Lockdown drills are dumb and scary, can I say that?”
I said, “Well, you can say whatever you want. Is that what you want on your sign?”
“No, that’s what I want to say to the grown-ups,” he said. “I want my sign to just say that I want to be safe.”
I feel a little gutted, TBH. He’s seven.