WASHINGTON — Summoned by high school students swept up in school violence, thousands swarmed into the nation’s capital and cities crossed America on Saturday to march for gun control and ignite governmental policy among the young. Organizers of the advance for Our Lives deed in general hoped their protest would match in bit and spirit last year’s women’s march, one of the ample protests in the serious since the vietnam era and one that far exceeded predictions of 300,000 demonstrators. Bearing signs interpretation “We Are the Change,” ”No More Silence” and “Keep NRA monetary system Out of Politics,” protesters lined Pennsylvania attack from the period of time near the Capitol, stretching rear toward the White House.
With their detached restless and pseudo-vintage material shirts, they demand the spot as our era’s most viewable nonconformist subculture. They brace the grunge, beatnik, hippie, and rebel movements from past eras with protests against today’s multi-ethnic norms. The hippy avoids chain seed shops, frequents vintage stores, and checks her Facebook feed on her i Phone.
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