One of the most powerful voices at the March for Our Lives was also the youngest: 11-year-old Naomi Watts, a 5th grader from Alexandria, Virginia.
The blaze happened on the seventh floor of an eight-story building in the 1600 block of Columbia Road NW, just south of Mount Pleasant.Photo Credit: @dcfireems
The crowd size exceeded the designated area, but the march was peaceful.
This weekend, students from Parkland fanned out across the country to preach gun control and speak at gun control rallies. Their ignorance of the policies that were put in place by social engineering bureaucrats that directly led to this massacre hovers over them as they preach of false gods.
Freedom? Its a word not used enough in this debate. After all, without freedom, peace is merely slavery.
In the corporate world, they captain their own ships, and they simply don’t give a damn.
Just days after losing their classmate, 16-year-old Jaelynn Willey, students and alumni of Great Mills High School in Maryland felt determined to attend Saturday’s March for Our Lives.Photo Credit: NBC Washington