March for our lives photo gallery

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By Shaylyn Martos

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By Shaylyn Martos

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  • Prospect High School students lead the effort to Organize the March for Our Lives event in San Jose on March 24. They held sign making parties and met with local officials on several occasions to discuss stricter gun laws and local efforts to ban shows on San Jose City property. By Heather Wied/ City Times

  • In front of city hall in downtown San Jose, students hold up signs with various messages in support of stricter gun laws. Many of these students made extra signs to pass out to the general public along the walk from city hall to Guadalupe Park. By Heather Wied/ City Times

  • Protesters walk under a freeway overpass and find relief from the pouring rain during the March for Our Lives. By Heather Wied/ City Times

  • Thousands attended the March for Our Lives San Diego which began at Waterfront Park in downtown to demand legislation to protect students from gun violence. By Shaylyn Martos/ City Times

  • Students from schools across the county addressed the crowd of thousands, these students read a dynamic poem about their fears going to school every day and thinking it may be their last. By Shaylyn Martos/ City Times

  • he March for Our Lives San Diego was organized and lead by students across San Diego, many from Patrick Henry High School. By Shaylyn Martos/ City Times

  • Joel Rodriguez, an 18 year old student leader at Prospect High School, leads the crowd in calling for gun reform during the March for Our Lives event in San Jose, California on March 24, 2018. By Heather Wied/ City Times

  • Thousands attended the March for Our Lives San Diego on March 24 to demand gun legislation reform. By Shaylyn Martos/ City Times

  • Students organized and lead the March for Our Lives San Diego through the streets of downtown to demand gun legislation reform, March 24. By Shaylyn Martos/ City Times

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