ANN ARBOR - Ann Arbor's March for Our Lives will take place today at 11 a.m. at Pioneer High School, 601 W. Stadium Blvd.
Here's a tweet from organizers about today's march:
The event is one of hundreds taking place Saturday across the country, including a national rally led by the Parkland, Fla. students in Washington D.C. Here's how Ann Arbor organizers describe today's event:
On March 24th, students, parents, teachers, and anyone who wants to lend their voice and support will be peacefully protesting nationwide. We’re doing this for the lives lost in Parkland. Las Vegas. Orlando. San Bernardino. Newtown. The list goes on, and on. We’re marching in hopes this won’t keep happening, #NeverAgain. We’re marching for common sense gun control. We’re Marching For Our Lives.
Ann Arborites are already taking to social media to support Saturday's event:
Here's a look at what to expect today:
Join us tomorrow as we #MarchForOurLives in Ann Arbor! I have the honor of addressing the marchers and I encourage you to find your march at https://t.co/XhgyvzXrw3! #NeverAgain pic.twitter.com/skixv5Gkpu — Morgan Showen (@MorganShowen) March 24, 2018
And for anyone going, some logistical advice:
Please enter the rally point off of Pioneer High School Road tomorrow to make traffic flow easier. Thanks!! — March for Our Lives Ann Arbor (@annarbormarch) March 23, 2018
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