June 11, 2022

Orlando advocates for gun control during March For Our Lives rally

We really shouldn't have to keep spending our Saturdays this way.

After yet another horrific mass shooting at yet another American school, protestors gathered across the country for yet another March For Our Lives. The Parkland-spawned movement met up in a state where little has changed — barring a red-flag law that's being used as a model for other states — and marched near City Hall on Saturday.

The signs remained the same. The cause remained the same. The only thing that changed was a new group of names of victims. 
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Orlando advocates for gun control during March For Our Lives rally
JD Casto
Orlando advocates for gun control during March For Our Lives rally
JD Casto
Orlando advocates for gun control during March For Our Lives rally
JD Casto
Orlando advocates for gun control during March For Our Lives rally
JD Casto
Orlando advocates for gun control during March For Our Lives rally
JD Casto
Orlando advocates for gun control during March For Our Lives rally
JD Casto
Orlando advocates for gun control during March For Our Lives rally
JD Casto
Orlando advocates for gun control during March For Our Lives rally
JD Casto
Orlando advocates for gun control during March For Our Lives rally
JD Casto
Orlando advocates for gun control during March For Our Lives rally
JD Casto