MARCH FOR OUR LIVES ASHEVILLE – 6,000 call for change at Asheville’s March For Our Lives
Join the March for Our Lives – Meet at Vance Monument, march to MLK Park
Pack Square Asheville, NC 28801
||Saturday, March 24, 11:00 AM
Ever since Parkland, when we enter school we must acknowledge the fact that we might not come out alive. Fearing for our lives instead of pursuing our education is a widespread epidemic that we, the students, are ready to end once and for all. We are organizing March For Our Lives in Asheville, NC, on March 24th starting at 11:00 AM with starting and ending points TBA. We can all agree that school shootings should not be an accepted part of life, and this March is a powerful step to ending gun violence. Join us, be heard, and make a difference. #NeverAgain
On March 24, the kids and families of March For Our Lives will take to the streets to demand that their lives and safety become a priority, and that we end gun violence in our schools and communities.
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