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Students and adults in Denver, Colorado will join marchers in cities across the country as one of more than 800 March For Our Lives rallies, in support of the students killed Feb. 14 at Margory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.
While Parkland students head to Washington DC, organizers in Denver have been working since February to set up the rally. Organizers say confronting the dangers from school shootings is an issue that most people can agree on.
"It’s not a Democrat or Republican issue," said organizer Tay Anderson, 19. "I’ve had Republicans reach out to me and tell me they support this," he said.
It’s almost time to start marching in Denver! #MarchForOurLives pic.twitter.com/42RKarrFPu
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WHERE: Civic Center Park, Denver. Marchers will travel northwest on 15th Street, turn onto Welton Stret and return to the park via Broadway.
HOW TO GET THERE: RTD-Denver.com. Lyft is offering free rides to the Denver march. To claim the promo, RSVP to the rally at www.marchforourlives.com.
The Rev. Tammy Williams – mother of a Columbine High School shooting survivor
Tish Beauford – Organizer of the Women’s March
Tom Mauser – father of Daniel Mauser, killed in the Columbine High School shooting
Ally Olsen and Brooke Engel – Arapahoe High School shooting survivors
Marcus Weaver – Aurora theater shooting survivor
Diana Dang – a survivor killings near the University of California, Santa Barbara campus
Sam Craig -organizer of Jeffco Students United for Action (March 14 #Enough Walkout)
Sara Grossman – friend of a Pulse night club shooting victim in Florida
Olivia Caudil – an 11-year-old activist
Coni Sanders –daughter of a man who died during the Columbine shooting
Maddie King – a survivor of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting
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