March For Our Lives in Morristown!

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

On Saturday, March 24th one of the #MarchForOurLives rallies took place in Morristown, New Jersey. 

Protesters came with clever signs and a real sense of accomplishment amongst the surprisingly large crowd. About 13,000 marchers showed upMorristown was one of about 800 sibling marches to the main one in Washington, DC.

It was a cold day but with blue skies and bright sunshine. Drones flew overhead, speeches were made, and determination for real change pervaded the crowd. 

First, we gathered in front of town hall. 


Then the march began! 



Afterwards, there were some speeches! 


You can read about it (and watch videos)  here.

Linking to:

Our World Tuesday @ Our World Tuesday
Wordless Wednesday @ Wordless Wednesday

Thanks and have a great week!

10 comments:

  1. So great to see there was a large crowd. Hopefully, we will have some changes ASAP!
    Shelley

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  2. I hope the young can succeed where many others have failed

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  3. What a wonderful turn-out! I fear this cause will require many more marches, and maybe more than marches, because I seriously doubt that your federal government agrees with you. A sad state of affairs. Canadians have been marching, too, although assault weapons are either scarce or non-existent here, but many of us hate the idea of guns...any guns...in the hands of people whose motives are the least bit suspicious or reckless.
    I wish you all success in your endeavours.
    Keep on marching!
    Kay
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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    1. Hopefully we can vote in better MOC who will represent what the people actually want!

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  4. Awesome! Just think should all the marchers vote in people who can make positive legislation for all.

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  5. Great street shots, thanks for sharing :)

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