On March 24, thousands gathered at Cal Anderson Park to join the March For Our Lives. The rally, led by students and teenagers, focused on bringing attention to school shootings and pushing for stricter gun reform.
All photos by Daniel Kim, Taylor Bayly, and Caean Couto.
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Students and teenagers lead the March For Our Lives through downtown Seattle on Saturday.
Thousands walk from Cal Anderson Park to downtown during the March For Our Lives on Saturday, March 24.
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Youth 4 Peace members help lead the march through downtown Seattle.
Seattle's March For Our Lives was spearheaded by the youth.
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Citizens of all ages gathered to participate in the March For Our Lives.
Thousands of high school students took to the streets to call for nationwide gun reform.
Parents marched for a safer future for their children.
A father poses with his child during the march.
A young girl walks in the March For Our Lives on Saturday.
A woman remembers the 1999 Columbine school shooting.
A teenager during the March For Our Lives.
Alongside the youth, parents filled the streets protest for gun reform to ensure the safety of their children.
Marchers pushed for stricter gun laws to prevent school shootings and gun deaths.
Marchers rallied for the protection of American youth in the face of several school shootings.
A protestor holds up a melted and twisted toy gun in opposition to the NRA and American gun culture.
Even dogs are licensed and registered.