Anchorage Students Join ‘March For Our Lives’

Harbor occupants took to downtown lanes Saturday as a major aspect of an across the country walk against weapon brutality, in the wake of February’s mass shooting in Parkland, Fla. which left 17 individuals dead.

Several Alaskans joined the “Walk For Our Lives” which began at twelve Saturday on the Delaney Park Strip. Coordinators of the national occasion, including survivors of the Feb. 14. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, have approached legislators to help stricter state and national U.S. weapon laws.

A few understudy speakers at Saturday’s occasion, including Service High School understudy body president Dieuleveut Biringanine, conveyed ardent requests to end the scourge of school shootings and other weapon savagery before a youthful and energetic group.

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Those calls have resounded with understudies on the Last Frontier, who left two Anchorage secondary schools seven days after the Parkland shooting. They were soon trailed by understudies in Juneau and some in the Mat-Su Borough, who led a walkout at Palmer High School concentrated on demonstrating thoughtfulness to schoolmates. Other Alaska walks were held Saturday in Fairbanks, Homer, Juneau and Ketchikan, as per coordinators.

The Associated Press detailed that a huge number of individuals had joined Saturday walks over the U.S., with exhibits held over the world in help of the occasion also.

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