The Week That Was

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the week that was March 2018

On March 24, 2018, more than a million people peacefully protested for sensible gun laws to end our seemingly never-ending gun violence. They gathered for the March for Our Lives in the streets of Washington, D.C. and at sister rallies around the country and world. Considering the two tragic and wholly preventable shootings that took place this month within the span of a week, we are turning the week over to our graphics manager, Julie Frontera, to share images she created three years ago, along with photos from the event. Sadly, they are as fitting now as then — just narrow your eyes and you can easily replace Paul Ryan with Lauren Boebert.


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