Thousands of people came together on Saturday, March 24th to take part in the nationwide March For Our Lives rally for gun control.
The march started at Jacome Plaza downtown and moved to the University of Arizona.
Thousands took to the streets of Tucson for today’s #MarchforOurLives > here are just a few seconds of the fire & passion we captured for an upcoming @AZ_Illustrated story about the #NeverAgain movement. >> #tucson #arizona #enoughisenough #notonemore #whywemarch #whatif #march pic.twitter.com/5hZvUXrmiz— Arizona Illustrated (@AZ_Illustrated) March 24, 2018
HOW MANY? @Tucson_Police Dept. @SgtDugan told me roughly 7,000-8,000 people marched in #Tucson for the #MarchForOurLives rally: "Absolutely no issues at all. Very peaceful," Sgt. Dugan said. @TucsonNewsNow #MarchForOurLivesTucson— Evan Schreiber (@SchreiberEvan) March 24, 2018
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