Carrying signs with slogans such as "Love people more than assault weapons" and "Take away your guns not our lives", they joined hundreds of thousands of people around the United States taking part in "March for Our Lives" events to call for stricter gun regulations.
The congresswoman noted that mass shootings such as the recent tragedy in Parkland, Florida, galvanize attention on the gun control debate, "but we can not forget the reality of daily gun violence in black and brown communities", Lee said.
Many crowded into downtown early Saturday morning to stake out places at what promises to be less a march than a standing-room-only rally, with 20 speakers - all of them children or teenagers - and performances by celebrities including Ariana Grande, Common, Miley Cyrus, Jennifer Hudson, Vic Mensa, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ben Platt.
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"To see their kids really put into action their free speech that is inspired by their faith, and that it's their church that is encouraging them to go out, that's what we're trying to highlight", he said.
"There wasn't one for London yet and we said, "this is our opportunity to make change and help with the message these students in Florida are trying to get out", said Seaton. "We need to bring the Church's voice into this and I want you people of faith to have a voice in this conversation".
Marchers will then proceed to the U.S. Embassy on Sussex Drive, Skelly said. "I think there are a lot of potential solutions, including closing loopholes for gun shows, ensuring universal background checks and ensuring that criminals have no access to firearms". We were taught about the responsibility that comes with carrying a gun. Emma Gonzalez, a high school senior who started her Twitter account four days after surviving the shooting, now has more followers than the NRA.
"We as people of faith and people that have experienced the suffering caused by high power rifles, it was our time to speak up also and join the people of Florida", he said.
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"I believe there's supposed to be like half a million people going and to just stand with that many people, it's an empowering feeling and it's hopefully very moving", Meek says. "We are going to make a difference".
The Riverside County events - in Riverside, Hemet, Coachella Valley, Idyllwild and Temecula - are among the more than 800 rallies taking place across the country. The money is covering expenses associated with the D.C. march, but will also be used to lobby for gun safety legislation.
It was the latest in a series of school massacre shootings that have sparked debate over gun restrictions in a country where a citizen's right to bear arms is a bedrock constitutional liberty.
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