Seattle March for Our Lives Photograph Collection, 2018  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Collector
University of Washington. Libraries. Special Collections
Title
Seattle March for Our Lives Photograph Collection
Dates
2018 (inclusive)
Quantity
785 digital photographs
Collection Number
PH1525
Summary
Photographs from the Seattle March For Our Lives, March 24, 2018
Repository
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
speccoll@uw.edu
Access Restrictions

The collection is entirely digital and can be viewed only on the Libraries Digital Collections website.

Languages
English


Historical BackgroundReturn to Top

The nationwide March for Our Lives was led by students across the country to address the epidemic of mass school shootings and gun violence. Specifically the event grew as a result of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School mass shooting in Parkland, Florida that took 17 lives. The march in Seattle was organized by a student-led group March for Our Lives Seattle. Their Facebook page states “We, the youth of Washington, are infuriated. Infuriated with the lack of action regarding gun violence by the U.S. Congress and by our Washington State legislators….” Rallies in Seattle accompanied a march which started at Cal Anderson Park and ended at Seattle Center near the Key Arena. Specific goals of the march included; universal background checks, banning the sale of semi-automatic rifles, ending the effective ban on federally funded research into gun violence, and raising the legal age to own a gun in Washington State from 18 to 21. This march, recognizing that many of the participants would soon reach eligible voting age, also had a large emphasis on voter registration and encouraged participants to let their voices and votes be heard in upcoming elections. Speakers and performers at the events included Governor Jay Inslee, U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell, Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson and Singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Photographs from the Seattle March For Our Lives, March 24, 2018.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

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View the collection on the Libraries' Digital Collections website

Restrictions on Use

Photographer's rights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries Special Collections.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

 

Jamie Colman photographsReturn to Top

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Online ColmanJ1
 "Respect my existence of expect my resistance" sign in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Respect my existence or expect my resistance."
March 24, 2018
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 "We have the right to keep our lives" sign, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "We have the right to keep our lives."
March 24, 2018
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 Young demonstrators holding their signs in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Respect my existence or expect my resistance."; "Girls' clothing in school is more regulated than guns in America."; " Thoughts & prayers are not bulletproof."; "We do not need guns & violence to bring peace, we need love & compassion. -Mother Teresa."; "18th Century laws cannot regulate 21st Century weapons."; "Fear had no place in our schools." Mother Teresa, was an Albanian-Indian Roman Catholic nun and missionary. In 1950 she founded the Missionaries of Charity, a Roman Catholic religious congregation that manages homes for people dying of HIV/AIDS, leprosy, and tuberculosis as well as clinics, orphanages, and schools. In 1979 she was honored with the Noble Peace Prize and on September 4, 2016 she was canonized by the Roman Catholic Church, and named Saint Teresa of Calcutta. Mother Teresa is admired and remembered for her charitable works.
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ6
 "Impeach the predator in chief" sign, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Impeach the predator in chief. Socialist Alternative [with an image of a crossed out Donald Trump]."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ7
 Demonstrator standing with their sign in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "We want thoughts + prayers, change + reform. Parkland Strong [the words 'thoughts + prayers is crossed out, and the words 'change + reform' are checked]."
March 24, 2018
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 Demonstrator holding a sign referring to the Parkland students in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "TIME. ENOUGH. Parkland, FLA., students and March for Our Lives organizers (from left) Jaclyn Corin, Alex Wind, Emma González, Cameron Kasky and David Hogg [accompanied by an image of the five Parkland students]."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ10
 Two demonstrators holding signs reading "March for Our lives" in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads, from left to right: "March for Our lives."; "March for Our lives."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ11
 Demonstrators wearing orange bandanas to raise awareness for gun violence, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Gun laws > Dress code. Shoulders don't kill people." The color orange is intended to bring awareness to gun violence.
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ12
 "If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor. Desmond Tutu" sign in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor. Desmond Tutu."; "Do not condone fear. #notinschools." Desmond Tutu is a South African theologian and Anglican cleric. He is best known as a human rights activist and for his work in the anti-apartheid movement.
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ13
 "Protect children not guns. #booksbeforebullets" sign in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Protect children not guns. #booksbeforebullets."
March 24, 2018
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 Seattle organizers Emilia Allard and Rhiannon Rasaretnam speaking in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
March for Our Lives Seattle was organized by Emilia Allard a 17-year old student at Ballard High School and Rhiannon Rasaretnam a 17-year old student at Tahoma High School. Following the Stoneman Douglas High School mass-shooting Allard and Rasaretnam teamed up in an attempt to organize other student activists seeking an end to gun violence. Both Allard and Rasaretnam noticed the significance of this mass shooting as a turning point, where students needed to step-up and bring awareness to gun violence in order to attain gun reform legislation.
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ16
 "I will not be a statistic" sign, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I will not be a statistic."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ17
 March participant holding their sign reading ""I am a teacher not a police officer, or a soldier!" in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I am a teacher not a police officer, or a soldier! #enough #gunreformnow [with an image of a crossed out gun]."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ18
 Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson speaking to march participants in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Bob Ferguson is an attorney and politician who is the 18th Attorney General for the state of Washington. Ferguson is committed to protecting the people of Washington against people with powerful interest. Ferguson spoke to March for Our Lives participants about gun reform regulations and the marches local focus which first seeks gun reform locally and then nationally.
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ19
 United States Senator Maria Cantwell addressing march participants, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington, Seattle, Washington
Maria Cantwell as of 2018 serves as the United States Senator for the State of Washington. She was first elected in 2000 and again in 2006 and 2012.
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ20
 Washington State Senator Maria Cantwell speaking to march demonstrators in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Maria Cantwell as of 2018 serves as the United States Senator for the State of Washington. She was first elected in 2000 and again in 2006 and 2012.
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ21
 March participants holding their "Y4P, Youth for Peace." signs in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Y4P, Youth 4 Peace."; "Y4P, Youth 4 Peace."
March 24, 2018
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 Two march participants holding their signs on E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Protect kids over guns [with images of peace sign hearts]."; "Money? I choose life."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ25
 Participants standing among march signage on E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "March for Our Lives."; "Arms are for hugging."
March 24, 2018
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 Young march participant holding her sign on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Enough of guns! [with an image of a crossed out gun]."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ28
 "Books not bullets" sign on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Books not bullets."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ29
 "Maybe if I stuck in there people would care?" sign on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Maybe if I stuck it in there people would care? [accompanied with an image of the female figure with a gun in the ovaries]."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ30
 Four march participants wearing the color orange to bring awareness to gun violence on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Enough is enough."; "18th Century laws, 21st Century guns." The color orange is intended to bring awareness to gun violence.
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ31
 "Goodbye NRA" sign highlighted amidst other march signs on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Goodbye NRA [accompanied with the image of a sunset silhouetting children]."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ32
 "School zone ≠ War zone: Sponsored by your NRA #enoughisenough #liveforalyssa" sign on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "School zone ≠ War zone: Sponsored by your NRA #enoughisenough #liveforalyssa [with an image of a soldier holding a gun]." Alyssa Alhadeff, 14, was one of the 17 people killed on the February 14, 2018 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ33
 Two young demonstrators holding their signs on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Enough."; "Grownups aren't doing enough to stop gun violence [with an image of a crossed out gun]."; No guns, guns no, no [with an image of a crossed out gun]." Text on clothing reads: "Unite against bullying [with two arrows pointing towards each other]."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ34
 Two young march participants holding their signs on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "#enough."; "Protect me not guns."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ35
 "Gun control now!" sign on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Gun control now!"
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ36
 "I don't want to learn about tourniquets at our teacher training's" on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I don't want to learn about tourniquets at our teacher training's."
March 24, 2018
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 "I should be worried about my GPA not the NRA" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I should be worried about my GPA not the NRA."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ39
 Bright pink sign reading ""The shooter didn't act alone. He was assisted by the President and the NRA. #enough.""on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "The shooter didn't act alone. He was assisted by the President and the NRA. #enough."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ40
 "Girl Power" sign on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Girl Power [with an image of a bunny holding a peace sign flag]."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ41
 "Am I next" sign on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Am I next [with an image of a fist]."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ42
 "96 Americans will die today from gun violence" sign on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "96 Americans will die today from gun violence."
March 24, 2018
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 March participant holding their sign on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "In America, the only thing easier to buy than a gun is a GOP Candidate. #enough #fucktheNRA #fuckTrump."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ45
 Demonstrator participating in the march on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Protect Kids, Not Guns. Don't shoot [accompanied with an image of a person with their hands raised]." Micah Bazant is a trans visual artist who works with social justice movements to reimagine the world. Bazant’s art work is inspired by struggles to decolonize ourselves from white supremacy, patriarchy, ableism, and gender binary. For this march in collaboration with Amplifier and Forward Together, Bazant created the poster “Protect Kids, Not Guns.” The goal of this poster is to amplify the strong youth-led force speaking out against gun violence and help shift the story of gun control to center on Black Leadership.
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ46
 "We don't like guns" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "We don't like guns."
March 24, 2018
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 Sign held above march participants on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "RX: Seatbelts, vaccines, gun reform. Protect our Patients [with checkmarked boxes in front of the words seatbelts, vaccines and gun reform."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ49
 March participants holding their signs on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Stop the silence, end gun violence."; "Kill the cubs, expect the moms [with an image of a bear]."; "I should be reading books not eulogies."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ50
 "Books not bullets" sign on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Books not bullets."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ51
 Demonstrators participating in the march holding their signs on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "I stand with Parkland + Maryland and..."; "Protect our students."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ52
 Young demonstrator holding a sign reading "I want to be safe at school" on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I want to be safe at school [with drawn faces and crossed out guns]."
March 24, 2018
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 Young demonstrator holding their sign on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "My life is worth more than your NRA money."; "I can fight with words instead of guns."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ55
 "Our teens are pissed and registered to vote" sign on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Our teens are pissed and registered to vote [with the acronym NRA crossed out]."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ56
 "We are students, not targets" sign on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "We are students, not targets [with an image of a target]."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ57
 Young demonstrator holding their sign on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Books not bullets. #neveragain [with an image of a book]."
March 24, 2018
Online ColmanJ58
 "The NRA can eat shit" sign on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "The NRA can eat shit."
March 24, 2018
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 "From Pulse to Parkland, NRA sashay away" sign on Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "From Pulse to Parkland, NRA sashay away [with an image of a fist wrapped around the barrel of a gun]."
March 24, 2018

Kristin Kinsey photographsReturn to Top

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Online KinseyK1
 Two demonstrators holding signs that read "#neveragain" and "Not one more." Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "#neveragain."; "Not one more." Text on clothing reads: "March for Our Lives Seattle. March 24, 2018. Enough is Enough [with an image of four figures holding hands]."
March 24, 2018
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 Six students with their signs heading toward the speakers stage in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Am I next [with the "I" represented drawn to look like a person]."; "When are there enough dead children for us to make changes?"; "Arms are for hugging. Protect us, not guns [with multiple drawn hearts]."; "I should be reading books not eulogies."
March 24, 2018
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 Signs reading "This is decades late."; "No more! Protect people not guns."; "No gun is worth a life." in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "This is decades late."; "No more! Protect people not guns."; "No gun is worth a life."
March 24, 2018
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 Signage created by Amplifier artists for the March for Our Lives , Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Schools, not Warzones [with an image of a peace sign surrounded by guns]."; "Protect kids, not guns [with an image of a person with the hands held up wearing a shirt that reads 'Don't Shoot']."; "March for Our Lives[with an image of four individuals holding hands]."; "Never Again."; "Not one more."; "Ban assault weapons [with an image of an assault weapon surrounded by flowers]." Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifier’s artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action. Studio Number One challenges the way people think about their purpose and environment. Their mission is to change the way people experience media in an urban landscape. Studio Number One was founded in 2003 by Shepard Fairy. SNO is the creator of the “Schools, Not Warzones” poster. Micha Bazant is a trans visual artist who works with social justice movements to reimagine the world. Bazant’s art work is inspired by struggles to decolonize ourselves from white supremacy, patriarchy, ableism, and gender binary. For this march in collaboration with Amplifier and Forward Together, Bazant created the poster “Protect Kids, Not Guns.” The goal of this poster is to amplify the strong youth-led force speaking out against gun violence and help shift the story of gun control to center on Black Leadership. Chanelle Librada Reyes is the designer of the “Never Again” poster issued by Amplifier. Reyes, a 23 year old, took part in the Amplifier contest to create posters for the March for Our Lives, which emphasized the leading roles student activist have taken in the gun reform debate. Reyes used the words “Never Again” as a representation of the various times these words have been said following a mass school shooting. Here “Never Again” shows how Parkland students have used this to generate support for gun reform. Natalie Dettmer is the graphic designer for the “Not One More” poster seen at the March for Our Lives. This poster was created in partnership with Amplifier. Dettmer is a senior art major in the School of Art, Art History & Design at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Dettmer won a national poster contest sponsored by Amplifier and Adobe Project 1234 to create posters for the March for Our Lives. She was one of three designers to win this contest and was able to attend the March for Our Lives event in Washington, D.C. where over 15,000 copies of her poster were handed out. Raychelle Duazo is the designer of the “Ban Assault Weapons” poster that was distributed by Amplifier for the March for Our Lives. Duazo is a queer femme Filipina-American visual artist from the Pacific Northwest. Her work focuses on themes of love, heartbreak, loss, memory, identity and place. Currently, she is an active member of “The HAND,” a Seattle-based comic artist collective.
March 24, 2018
Online KinseyK5
 Two demonstrators with their signs calling for stricker gun control, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "#enough gun violence."; "Your son, your daughter, your wife, your husband, your best friend, your mom, your dad, your sister, your brother, your grandchild, your grandparent, your neighbor, your child's teacher's safety... or your Parkland, Fla., San Bernardino, Calif., Sutherland Springs, Tex., Newtown, Conn., Las Vegas, Aurora, Colo. [with an image of six automatic rifles]." Text on button reads: "Gun reform now."
March 24, 2018
Online KinseyK6
 March volunteers standing next to donation bucket, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read,from left to right: "Donations."; "March for Our Lives Seattle. Let's do this [with an image of four figures holding hands]."
March 24, 2018
Online KinseyK7
 Protest sign with a list recording various mass school shootings accompanied with the names of the victims, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "#Enough. NRA Hitlist: April 20, 1999 Columbine High School, March 31, 2005 Red Lake Shooting, October 2nd, 2006 West Nickel Mines School, April 16, 2007 Virginia Tech Massacre, Febraury 14th , 2008 Northern Illinois University, April 2nd, 2012 Oikos University, December 14, 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School, May 23, 2014 UC Santa Barbara, October 24th, 2014 Marysville Pilchuck High School, October 1, 2015 Umpqua Community College, February 14th, 2018 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, xx/xx/xxxx thousands of others that this poster couldn't fit [underneath the dates and the schools are the names of the victims from each shooting, with an image of two hands]."
March 24, 2018
Online KinseyK8
 Holly Tyra, a pre-school tacher, with sign reading "#Enough. If I wanted to die for your 2nd amendment rights I would've joined the army not become a teacher. #guncontrol," Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "#Enough. If I wanted to die for your 2nd amendment rights I would've joined the army not become a teacher. #guncontrol [with an image of a rifle under a circle with a line through it]."
March 24, 2018
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  "Assault the weapons! Vote! Them out!" sign, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Assault the weapons! Vote! Them out!"
March 24, 2018
Online KinseyK12
 Red sign reading "Impeach the Predator in Chief. Socialist Alternative." Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Impeach the Predator in Chief. Socialist Alternative [with an image of Donald Trump under a circle with a line through it]."
March 24, 2018
Online KinseyK13
 Demonstrators holding signs that read "I don't have kids & neither will you without gun reform #enoughisenough" and "How many tears, how much blood will it take #commonsense." Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "I don't have kids & neither will you without gun reform #enoughisenough."; "How many tears, how much blood will it take #commonsense."
March 24, 2018
Online KinseyK14
 Young protesters gathered together holding their signs at the beginning of the rally at Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "#neveragain."; "Done with guns."; "We call BS."; "Enough is Enough."; "Protect kids not guns."
March 24, 2018
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 Tw protesters, one from Kamiakin Middle School, holding signs that read "Armed with knowledge or not at all" and "Arms R4 hugging. Enough => Aussie style gun control safety laws" in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Armed with knowledge or not at all."; "Arms R4 hugging. Enough => Aussie style gun control safety laws."
March 24, 2018
Online KinseyK17
  "American Horror Story NRA" sign in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "American Horror Story NRA."
March 24, 2018
Online KinseyK18
 Three volunteers holding voter registration clipboards, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Voter Registration. March for Our Lives Seattle [with an image of four figures holding hands]."
March 24, 2018
Online KinseyK19
 Young teenager holding a sign that reads "Protect kids not killers" in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Protect kids not killers [with an image of a rifle underneath a circle with a line through it]."
March 24, 2018
Online KinseyK20
 Woman displaying a sign reading "We don't have to live like this. We don't have to die like this. Together, we can change this!" Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "We don't have to live like this. We don't have to die like this. Together, we can change this!" Text on buttons read, from left to right: "Moms demand action for gun sense in America [with and image of three blue and three red stripes]."; "Gun sense voter [with an image of a check mark]."
March 24, 2018
Online KinseyK21
 Signs reading "Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter. Martin Luther King" and "Ban assault weapons." Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter. Martin Luther King."; "Ban assault weapons." Martin Luther King Jr. was an American Baptist minister and activist who became the most visible spokesperson and leader of the Civil Rights Movement. He was assassinated in 1968.
March 24, 2018
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 Woman with a sign displaying photographs of children that reads "This is why I march. March for Our Lives." Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "This is why I march. March for Our Lives [with images of the demonstrators family as well as four drawn figures holding hands]." Text on clothing reads: "March for Our Lives Seattle. March 24, 2018. Enough is Enough."
March 24, 2018
Online KinseyK24
 Demonstrator holding a sign protesting assault weapons, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Listen to the kids. Ban assault weapons [with an image of cartoon boy that looks to be speaking]."
March 24, 2018
Online KinseyK25
 Protester holding a sign that reads: "How many more children need to die before congress acts? Remember Colubine [Columbine], Sandy Hook, Kamiak, Stoneman Douglas and all others...." in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "How many more children need to die before congress acts? Remember Colubine [Columbine], Sandy Hook, Kamiak, Stoneman Douglas and all others...."
March 24, 2018
Online KinseyK26
 Demonstrator wearing a protest T-shirt that reads "March for Our Lives Seattle. March 24, 2018. Enough is Enough." Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on clothing reads: "March for Our Lives Seattle. March 24, 2018. Enough is Enough [with an image of four figures holding hands]."
March 24, 2018
Online KinseyK27
 Blue sign reading "Not one more." Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Never Again."; "Not one more [with an image of two raised fists]." Chanelle Librada Reyes is the designer of the “Never Again” poster issued by Amplifier. Reyes, a 23 year old, took part in the Amplifier contest to create posters for the March for Our Lives, which emphasized the leading roles student activist have taken in the gun reform debate. Reyes used the words “Never Again” as a representation of the various times these words have been said following a mass school shooting. Here “Never Again” shows how Parkland students have used this to generate support for gun reform. Natalie Dettmer is the graphic designer for the “Not One More” poster seen at the March for Our Lives. This poster was created in partnership with Amplifier. Dettmer is a senior art major in the School of Art, Art History & Design at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Dettmer won a national poster contest sponsored by Amplifier and Adobe Project 1234 to create posters for the March for Our Lives. She was one of three designers to win this contest and was able to attend the March for Our Lives event in Washington, D.C. where over 15,000 copies of her poster were handed out. Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifier’s artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action.
March 24, 2018
Online KinseyK28
 Demonstrator holding signs that read "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative." and "We vote no automatic weapons." Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "We vote no automatic weapons."
March 24, 2018
Online KinseyK29
 "Mandatory background check to purchase a republican!" sign, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Mandatory background checks to purchase a republican!"
March 24, 2018
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 Young girl holding a sign that reads "America can do better." Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "America can do better. Global firearm deaths (Age 0-14) [with a pie chart highlighting two statistics; 87% for America and 13% for other developed nations for global firearm deaths]."
March 24, 2018
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 TIME magazine cover that reads "April 2, 2018. Time. ENOUGH. Parkland Fla., students and March for Our Live organizers (from left) Jaclyn Corin, Alex Wind, Emma González, Cameron Kasky and David Hogg. time.com" in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "April 2, 2018. Time. ENOUGH. Parkland Fla., students and March for Our Live organizers (from left) Jaclyn Corin, Alex Wind, Emma González, Cameron Kasky and David Hogg. time.com [with an image of the five students listed]."
March 24, 2018
Online KinseyK34
  "Am I next?" sign, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "NRA puts profit over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative."; "Am I next?"
March 24, 2018
Online KinseyK35
 Young demonstrator holding a sign that reads "Time's up NRA!" Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Time's up NRA!"; "21st Century weapons, 18th Century laws."
March 24, 2018
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 Demonstrators gathered at the beginning of the rally at Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Ban assault weapons [with an image of a weapon intertwined in vines and flowers]."; "Protect kids not guns. Don't shoot [with an image of a person with both arms raised]."; "Thoughts and prayers. Policy and change [the words 'thoughts' and 'prayers' have been crossed out]."; "Not one more [with an image of a X and two raised fist]."; "What would Jesus do?" Raychelle Duazo is the designer of the “Ban Assault Weapons” poster that was distributed by Amplifier for the March for Our Lives. Duazo is a queer femme Filipina-American visual artist from the Pacific Northwest. Her work focuses on themes of love, heartbreak, loss, memory, identity and place. Currently, she is an active member of “The HAND,” a Seattle-based comic artist collective. Micha Bazant is a trans visual artist who works with social justice movements to reimagine the world. Bazant’s art work is inspired by struggles to decolonize ourselves from white supremacy, patriarchy, ableism, and gender binary. For this march in collaboration with Amplifier and Forward Together, Bazant created the poster “Protect Kids, Not Guns.” The goal of this poster is to amplify the strong youth-led force speaking out against gun violence and help shift the story of gun control to center on Black Leadership. Natalie Dettmer is the graphic designer for the “Not One More” poster seen at the March for Our Lives. This poster was created in partnership with Amplifier. Dettmer is a senior art major in the School of Art, Art History & Design at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Dettmer won a national poster contest sponsored by Amplifier and Adobe Project 1234 to create posters for the March for Our Lives. She was one of three designers to win this contest and was able to attend the March for Our Lives event in Washington, D.C. where over 15,000 copies of her poster were handed out. Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifier’s artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action.
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 Demonstrators holding up their signs, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Done with guns."; "Protect kids not guns."; "We call BS."; "Enough is Enough"; "#NeverAgain." Text on clothing reads: "March for Our Lives Seattle. 03.24.2018."
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 Demonstrators holding an anti NRA sign, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "School kids die, and it'll stay that way... 'Long as you vote with the N.R.A. [with an image of an automatic weapon]."; "Reality-base gun reform now." Text on clothing reads: "March for Our Lives Seattle. March 24, 2018. Enough is Enough [with an image of four figures holding hands]."
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 "Legislation wants to protect me before I'm born, why not after" protest sign, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Legislation wants to protect me before I'm born, why not after."
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 Demonstrator holding a sign that reads "This is not a moment, it's the movement. #enough" in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "This is not a moment it's the movement. #enough." The quote on this sign comes from the popular musical Hamilton: An American Musical written by Lin Manuel Miranda. The song referenced here is “My Shot” which elicits people to not miss an opportunity to create change. Miranda, the creator of this musical, participated in the March for Our Lives event in Washington, D.C. pairing up with another musical theater activist, Ben Platt. The duo performed a song titled “Found Tonight” which was a mashup with a powerful message and a plan for change. A portion of the proceeds from this song went to the March for Our Live Initiative.
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 Demonstrators holding their signs before the rally begins in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Give guns to teachers? [with an image of Sponge Bob]."; "Schools not Warzones [with an image of a peace sign surrounded by weapons]."; "Impeach the predator in chief. Socialist Alternative [with an image of Donald Trump under a circle with a line through it]."; "I'm a teacher, not Batman. -No guns in schools."; "Enough."; "Where there are no guns, no one will be killed by a gun." Text on clothing reads: "March for Our Live Seattle. March 24, 2018. Enough is Enough [with an image of four figures holding hands]." Studio Number One challenges the way people think about their purpose and environment. Their mission is to change the way people experience media in an urban landscape. Studio Number One was founded in 2003 by Shepard Fairy. SNO is the creator of the “Schools, Not Warzones” poster.
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 Two participants in the rally at Cal Anderson Park holding signs reading "Your hobby is not worth our lives."; "No more silence, end gun violence! Enough is Enough! Not one more!," Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Your hobby is not worth our lives."; "No more silence, end gun violence! Enough is Enough! Not one more!" Text on clothing reads: "Rise up [with an image of the United States of America and the symbol for Hamilton an American Musical]." Text on buttons read, from left to right: "March for Our Lives. 03.24.2018."; "Gun sense voter [with an check mark]."
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 Demonstrators gathered in Cal Anderson Park for the rally, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Girls clothing in schools is more regulated than guns in America."; "Fear has no place in our schools."; "Books not bullets."; "18th Century laws cannot regulate 21st Century weapons."
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 Student organizers speaking at the March for Our Lives event in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on clothing reads: "March for Our Lives Seattle. March 24, 2018. Enough is Enough [with an image of four figures holding hands]."
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 Demonstrator wearing a devils face mask sitting on the shoulders of a large puppet of President Donald Trump, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on clothing reads: NRA [letters are seen on a devil's face mask and a devil's pitchfork or a blivet].
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 Protester holding a sign that reads "NRA puts profit over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative." posing with a demonstrator dressed as the devil sitting on the shoulders of Donald Trump, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "NRA puts profit over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative." Text on clothing reads "NRA [the letters are seen on a devils face mask and pitch fork or blivet]." Text on buttons read, from left to right: "March for Our Lives, 03.24.2018."; "Love not guns [with three guns raised shooting roses]."
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 David Sandoval's family participating in the March for Our Lives, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Arms are for hugging."; "Protect children not guns [with an image of a gun]."; "End gun violence [with and image of a gun]."; "#Enough [enclosed in the word enough are several of the places where mass shooting have occurred]." Text on clothing reads: "David Sandoval. 11/29/2002-10/04/2017. Hand in hand [with an image of hand around helping create a circle]." Text on button reads: "Survivor" David Sandoval was shot and killed on October 4, 2017 in Everett, Washington. Sandoval’s death is speculated as being gang-related, although Sandoval did not have any gang affiliation. At the time of his death Sandoval was only 14 years old.
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 "Students demand action" sign, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Students demand action. Text 644-33 'Students' to join."
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 Sign depicting crayons and bullets reading "Bullets are not school supplies" in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Bullets are not school supplies [with an image of a bullet in a line with crayons]."
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  "Fuck this bullshit. Never again." sign, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Fuck this bullshit. Never again."
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 Terri McClane, a Washington resident, at the rally in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Just another white guy. Shot on sight. Terrorist!! [Each of the phrases are written under dolls that represent a demographic stereotype.; a white doll, a black doll, and Aladdin].
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 Protest sign reading "My grandson is worth more than your gun." Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "My grandson is worth more than your gun [with a heart and the word gun written four times and crossed out]."
March 24, 2018
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 Two signs reading "How much blood will be spilled? Before the ink hits the page" and "As a woman... I hope to have as many rights as a gun one day." Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "How much blood will be spilled? Before the ink hits the page."; "As a woman... I hope to have as many rights as a gun one day."
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 Sign protesting the use of assault weapons, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Assault weapons have only one *purpose. *Hint: Not hunting [with an image of a drawn figure with three bullet wounds]."
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 Sign reading "Ex-Marine/hunter. Guns don't kill people. Unhinged people with mass killing guns kill lots of people! No military guns in society!" Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Ex-Marine/hunter. Guns don't kill people. Unhinged people with mass killing guns kill lots of people! No military guns in society!"
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 A young demonstrator holding a sign that read "Children should not have to worry about gun violence. No guns!" Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Children should not have to worry about gun violence. No guns! [With an image of a crossed out gun]."
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 Two young demonstrators holdings signs that read "Children should not have to worry about gun violence. No Guns!"; "I want to grow up!" Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Children should not have to worry about gun violence. No guns! [With an image of a crossed out gun]."; "I want to grow up!"
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 A sign reading "Being a teacher should not include an expectation of Martyrdom." Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Being a teacher should not include an expectation of martyrdom."
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 A sign reading "Mukilteo Strong. July 2016, 3 teens killed, 1 wounded. Killer 19 yrs old. Purchased AR-15 1 week B4. Guns kill people." Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Mukilteo Strong. July 2016, 3 teens killed, 1 wounded. Killer 19 yrs old. Purchased AR-15 1 week B4. Guns kill people." Mukilteo Strong is a phrase that was and continues to be used to unite the community after the death of 3 high school students; Anna Bui, Jacob Long, and Jordan Ebner. Another high school student, Will Kramer, was seriously injured. The shooter was sentenced to life behind bars without the possibility of release. The purpose of the slogan “Mukilteo Strong” is to show unity and strength and bring the community together.
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 Demonstrator with sign reading "Mukilteo strong. Dead: Anna Bui 19 yrs, Jake Long 19 yrs, Jordan Ebner 19yrs. Wounded but survived Will Kramer 18 yrs. Killer 19yrs. Weapon: AR-15 Semi Automatic purchased 1 week B4." Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Mukilteo strong. Dead: Anna Bui 19 yrs, Jake Long 19 yrs, Jordan Ebner 19yrs. Wounded but survived Will Kramer 18 yrs. Killer 19yrs. Weapon: AR-15 Semi Automatic purchased 1 week B4." Mukilteo Strong is a phrase that was and continues to be used to unite the community after the death of 3 high school students; Anna Bui, Jacob Long, and Jordan Ebner. Another high school student, Will Kramer, was seriously injured. The shooter was sentenced to life behind bars without the possibility of release. The purpose of the slogan “Mukilteo Strong” is to show unity and strength and bring the community together.
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 A sign reading "People over profit." Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "People over profit [with the word profit crossed out]."
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 A sign reading "No guns." Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "No guns [with the word guns crossed out]."
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 Vote Them Out sign in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "#VoteThemOut #ExpectUs."
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 Sign with an image of a gun reading "Enough is Enough. No more." Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Enough is Enough. No more [with an image of a gun]."
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 Sign advocating gun reform, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Hey adults: 'Quit playing around' pass weapon reform now [with an image of two flags]."
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 Demonstrator with a sign reading "The voices of our youth matter." Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "The voices of our youth matter [with images of protesters participating in other marches]."
March 24, 2018
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 Young girl holding a placard with a peace sign reading "We need more laws about guns." Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "We need more laws about guns [with an image of a peace sign]." Text on sticker reads: "Trump/Pence must go! Every day, Everywhere, Everyone in the streets until they're gone. RefuseFascism.org"
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 Young boy "Save the world!!!" sign, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Protect the world!!! [with a drawn image of what appear to be the world]." Text on sticker reads: "Trump/Pence must go! Every day, Everywhere, Everyone. In the streets until they're gone. RefuseFascism.org"
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 Colorful sign reading "Schools are for learning, not shooting. Justice for kids." Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Schools are for learning , not shooting. Justice for kids [the word justice is seen on the cover of a drawn book]."
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 Sign reading "The kids are coming 2020" referring to the upcoming presidential election, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "The kids are coming 2020 [with an image of crashing waves]."
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  "Never Again" sign on E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Never Again." Chanelle Librada Reyes is the designer of the “Never Again” poster issued by Amplifier. Reyes, a 23 year old, took part in the Amplifier contest to create posters for the March for Our Lives, which emphasized the leading roles student activist have taken in the gun reform debate. Reyes used the words “Never Again” as a representation of the various times these words have been said following a mass school shooting. Here “Never Again” shows how Parkland students have used this to generate support for gun reform. Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifier’s artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action.
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 March participant holding a sign that reads "My student is more important than your gun" on E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "My student is more important than your gun. #marchforourlives."
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 Sign reading "Who in your life would have to die from gun violence for you to support gun control?" E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Who in your life would have to die from gun violence for you to support gun control? [with and image of six figures running]."
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 Sign reading "Don't be an ass. Ban assault weapons." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Don't be an ass. Ban assault weapons."
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 March participant wearing a "Vietnam" cap holding a sign that reads "Ban assault weapons" on E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Are your guns more important than children's lives?"; "Ban assault weapons [with a weapon intertwined with flowers]." Raychelle Duazo is the designer of the “Ban Assault Weapons” poster that was distributed by Amplifier for the March for Our Lives. Duazo is a queer femme Filipina-American visual artist from the Pacific Northwest. Her work focuses on themes of love, heartbreak, loss, memory, identity and place. Currently, she is an active member of “The HAND,” a Seattle-based comic artist collective. Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifier’s artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action.
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 Ban assault weapon sign that reads "Make America safe again" on E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Make America safe again [with two weapons that have been crossed out]."
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  Sign reading "Is NRA a church? Or satanic cult?" E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "Is NRA a church? Or satanic cult? [with a gun that has been crossed out]."
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 Sign reading "How many more!" with a gravestone that reads 'kids', E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "How many more! [included in the sign is a question mark and a gravestone that reads 'kids']."
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 Sign encouraging people to vote, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Arm teachers with love and higher salaries [with an image of a heart]."; "VOTE.org our most powerful weapon [with a check mark in the letter 'O' on the word vote]."
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 Signs reading "Doing nothing is a great way of changing nothing," and "Arm teachers with love and higher salaries," E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Doing nothing is a great way of changing nothing."; "Arm teachers with love and higher salaries [with an image of a drawn heart]."; "VOTE.org our most powerful weapon [with a check mark in the letter 'O' on the word vote]."
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 Demonstrators marching with their signs, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Never Again."; "National Registry of Arms [the letter NRA are highlighted]."; "Maybe if I stuck it in there people would care? [with an image of the female figure with a gun in the uterus]." Chanelle Librada Reyes is the designer of the “Never Again” poster issued by Amplifier. Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifier’s artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action. Chanelle Librada Reyes is the designer of the “Never Again” poster issued by Amplifier. Reyes, a 23 year old, took part in the Amplifier contest to create posters for the March for Our Lives, which emphasized the leading roles student activist have taken in the gun reform debate. Reyes used the words “Never Again” as a representation of the various times these words have been said following a mass school shooting. Here “Never Again” shows how Parkland students have used this to generate support for gun reform.
March 24, 2018
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 Sign with image of protester shouting "Enough is Enough.#neveragain" on E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Enough is Enough #neveragain [with an image of a person shouting]."; "NRA puts profit over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative."
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 "No assault weapons!" sign, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "We are the generation who will save us all."; "No assault weapons! [with an image of a peace sign in the word 'no']."
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 Puget Sound Advocates for Retirement Action banner reading "Protect kids, not guns!" E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Protect kids, not guns! PSARA Puget Sound Advocates for Retirement Action. Uniting generations for a secure future [with an image of two figures holding hands, four figures standing together, and two flowers]."
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 Sign protesting assault weapons, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Nana calls Bull Sh*t [with an image of a crossed out assault weapon]."
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 Sign petitioning for the protection of children over guns, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Protect kids not guns. #commonsense!"
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 Sign bringing awareness to the blockage of H.R.3987, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reading: "H.R.3987 Protecting Americans from Gun Violence Act of 2017. Blocked. #ShameOnCongress." H.R.3987 is a house bill titled “Protecting American from Gun Violence Act of 2017.” It it was introduced on October 5, 2017 to the house. The bill seeks to reduce gun violence, fund gun violence research and victim assistance, and enhance the tracking of lost or stolen firearms, and for other purposes.
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 Sign requesting school supplies not weapons, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Arm teachers with pencils not [with an image of a crossed out gun]."
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 Protest sign created by artist Micah Bazant, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Protect kids not guns [with an image of a person with their hands raised, wearing a shirt that reads 'Don't Shoot']." Micah Bazant is a trans visual artist who works with social justice movements to reimagine the world. Bazant’s art work is inspired by struggles to decolonize ourselves from white supremacy, patriarchy, ableism, and gender binary. For this march in collaboration with Amplifier and Forward Together, Bazant created the poster “Protect Kids, Not Guns.” The goal of this poster is to amplify the strong youth-led force speaking out against gun violence and help shift the story of gun control to center on Black Leadership. Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifier’s artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action.
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 Sign declaring the importance of protecting children over weapons, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "1 child is worth more than all the guns on earth [with an image of a globe]."; "Hold hands not guns."
March 24, 2018
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 "School is for learning not lockdowns" sign, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "School is for learning not lockdowns."
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 Sign reading "Never Again." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Never Again [the words 'Never Again' are written repeatedly across the sign]." Chanelle Librada Reyes is the designer of the “Never Again” poster issued by Amplifier. Reyes, a 23 year old, took part in the Amplifier contest to create posters for the March for Our Lives, which emphasized the leading roles student activist have taken in the gun reform debate. Reyes used the words “Never Again” as a representation of the various times these words have been said following a mass school shooting. Here “Never Again” shows how Parkland students have used this to generate support for gun reform. Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifier’s artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action.
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 Sign promoting common sense gun laws, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Roses are red, violets are blue, common sense gun laws are way past due."
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 Sign depicting a dog peeing on the acronym NRA, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "NRA [with an image of a dog peeing on the letters NRA]."
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 Two demonstrators wearing sweatshirts protesting bullying, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Not my president." Text on clothing reads: "Unite against bullying [with two arrows facing each other]."
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 Demonstrators marching with their signs, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Thoughts and prayers are not enough."; "Arms are for hugging."; "Shut the fuck up, Donny! You're out of your element! & your damn mind* *see malignant narcissist."; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."
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 Woman holding "Our kids lives are worth more than your guns" sign, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Our kids lives are worth more than your guns."
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 Sign with image of Emma González, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "We march with Emma, we call BS [with an image of Emma González]."; "No more silence, stop the violence." Emma González, a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, survived the February 14, 2018 mass shooting. Following the event, González spoke out against gun violence at a gun control rally in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Moreover, four days after the shooting González created a Twitter account to broaden her platform to reach more people in her activism for stricter gun laws. On April 2, 2018 González and four other classmates were on the cover of Time magazine with the word “Enough” written across the cover. The cover was released ahead of the March for Our Lives, the largest student protest in American History. González was largely involved in the organization of the March for Our Lives event in Washington D.C. and spoke at the event.
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 Sign with the face of Emma González a survivor and activist from Stoneman Douglas High School, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: We march with Emma, we call BS [with the face of Emma González]." Emma González, a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, survived the February 14, 2018 mass shooting. Following the event, González spoke out against gun violence at a gun control rally in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Moreover, four days after the shooting González created a Twitter account to broaden her platform to reach more people in her activism for stricter gun laws. On April 2, 2018 González and four other classmates were on the cover of Time magazine with the word “Enough” written across the cover. The cover was released ahead of the March for Our Lives, the largest student protest in American History. González was largely involved in the organization of the March for Our Lives event in Washington D.C. and spoke at the event.
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 Sign reading "The kids are right! Help them make the changes we need. End gun violence." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "The kids are right! Help them make the changes we need. End gun violence."
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 Sign speaking out against the NRA, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "The NRA [with an image of a hand with its middle finger up. The hand is colored in with the American flag]."
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 Sign emphasizing Black Lives Matter, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "March for our Black Lives [the word our is crossed out, making the sign read March for Black Lives]."
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 Sign discussing gun control and the role of teachers, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Yes! I would die to protect my students. But you have no right to ask me to!"
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 Sign reading "I got my masters in teaching, not sharp shooting!" E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I got my masters in teaching, not sharp shooting!"
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 Young girl with sign reading "Girl Power" on E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Girl power [with an image of a bunny holding a flag with a peace sign on it]."
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 "Love Wins" sign, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "It's our lives [with hand prints and an eye]."; "Fear has no place in our schools."; "NOW. National Organization for Women. Gun Control NOW."; "Love Wins [with images of people in the letters]."; "Stop the madness!!!"; "7 kids in the U.S.A. killed by guns each day = A crisis."; "Blood money out of congress."; "Respect my existence or expect my resistance."
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 Sign reading "We are here to help one another and we are everywhere." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "We are here to help one another and we are everywhere."
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 National Organization for Women sign advocating "Gun control NOW," E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Fear has no place in our schools."; "NOW. National Organization for Women. Gun control NOW."; "NRA puts profit over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative."
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 Signs calling for gun reform laws to protect public safety, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Enough is enough. Demand gun reform now [with an image of an assault weapon with the names of locations where mass shootings have occurred]."; "Public safety is a right [with the image of a gun that has been crossed out]."; "Demand action. Slow children in fear [with the image of two children running as bullets fly past them]."
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 Signs seeking gun reform to make America safe, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Fund schools not guns."; "Make America safe again!"
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 Sign advocating policy change with a list of mass shootings and the number of victims from each shooting, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Policy & Change. #Enough. Stoneman Douglas HS 17, Pennsylvania Carwash 4, Ranch Tehama 5, Texas First Baptist Church 26, Las Vegas Strip Massacre 58, Pennsylvania Super Market 5, Florida Awning Manufacturer 5, Ft. Lauderdale Airport Shooting 5, Cascade Mall Shooting 5, Dallas Police Shooting Spree 5, Orlando Night Club Massacre 53, Kalamazoo Shooting Spree 6, San Bernardino Mass Shooting 14, Colorado Springs Shooting Rampage 3, Umpqua CC Shooting 9, Charleston Church Shooting 9, Marysville-Pilchuck HS 5, Isla Vista Mass Murder 6, Altrus Tribal Shooting 4, Washington Naval Yard 12, Hialeah Apartment 7, Santa Monica Rampage 6, Pinewood Village Apt 5, Moltawh Valley 5, Sandy 27, Accent Signage 7, Siktt Temple 7, Aurora Theater 12."
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  NRA (Not Responsibly Armed) sign, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "NRA = Not Responsibly Armed [the letters NRA in the three words are underlined for emphasis]."
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 Sign reading "If the kids are old enough to be shot. They are old enough to have an opinion about being shot. - Trevor Noah. We stand with you." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "If the kids are old enough to be shot. They are old enough to have an opinion about being shot. - Trevor Noah. We stand with you [with the image of a peace sign]." Trevor Noah is a South African comedian, writer, producer, political commentator, actor, and television host. Noah grew up under apartheid in South Africa and comes from a mixed race parents. In 2011, Noah relocated to the United States and in September 2015 he became the host of “The Daily Show” on Comedy Central.
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 Sign reading "Vote the A+ers out of office." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Vote the A+ers out of office [with the acronym NRA crossed out]."
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 "Ban the AR-15" sign, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Ban the AR-15."
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 Sign declaring "We will not be next!", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "We will not be next! #march4ourlives #neveragain! [with an image of figures holding hands]."
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 Sign stating that "thoughts and prayers are not enough" when it comes to gun violence, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Thoughts & prayers not enough! [with holes punctured in the sign]."
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 Demonstrator holding a sign reading "Gun control alone won't stop crime, but it will reduce the carnage," E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Gun control alone won't stop crime, but it will reduce the carnage."
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 Sign discussing the purpose of the AR-15, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "The AR-15, designed to kill humans, not deer."
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 Sign emphazing the importance of children's lives over weapons, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Guns don't [Trump] children's lives [with an image of Donald Trumps face used to represent the word trump]."
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 Sign reading "Save our students' & staffs' lives." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Save our students' & staffs' lives [with the letters of the first three words highlighted to spell out SOS]."
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 Sign demanding common sense gun laws, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Too many have died! Not one more! Enact and enforce common sense gun control laws now! Owned by the NRA? We will vote you out!"
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 Young demonstrator holding a sign reading "I'm a kid, I'm your future," E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "I'm a kid, I'm your future."; "#Enough. Brady campaign to prevent gun violence." The Brady Campaign is an organization that seeks to prevent gun violence. The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence is an affiliated American nonprofit that works with the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence. These two organizations advocate for gun control and against gun violence.
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 "Our children will lead us" sign, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Our children will lead us."; "Make America safe again. Emma 2020 [with an image of Emma González]." Emma González, a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, survived the February 14, 2018 mass shooting. Following the event, González spoke out against gun violence at a gun control rally in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Moreover, four days after the shooting González created a Twitter account to broaden her platform to reach more people in her activism for stricter gun laws. On April 2, 2018 González and four other classmates were on the cover of Time magazine with the word “Enough” written across the cover. The cover was released ahead of the March for Our Lives, the largest student protest in American History. González was largely involved in the organization of the March for Our Lives event in Washington D.C. and spoke at the event.
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 Sign reading "Schools, Not Warzones." designed by Studio Number One, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Schools, Not Warzones [with an image of assault weapons facing outwards surrounding a peace sign]." Studio Number One challenges the way people think about their purpose and environment. Their mission is to change the way people experience media in an urban landscape. Studio Number One was founded in 2003 by Shepard Fairy. SNO is the creator of the “Schools, Not Warzones” poster issued by Amplifier. Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifier’s artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action.
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 #ArmMeWith Books not weapons sign, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "#ArmMeWith Books... because 6 year olds need to learn to read. Not to be scared in class. Join the movement."
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 Demonstrator demanding funding, resources, and gun reform, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "#ArmMeWith funding & resources & gun reform."
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 Young child with a sign reading "Protect kids not guns." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Protect kids not guns [with an image of a sun]."
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 Two demonstrators marching with their signs, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "NRA there is blood on your hands [with two red hand prints]."; "Arms are for hugging! [with multiple drawn hearts]."
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 Young demonstrator holding a sign that reads "Protect kids not guns." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Protect kids not guns [with an image of a flower]."
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 Sign quoting the Second Amendment, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed [the words 'shall not be infringed' are underlined]."
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 Sign calling for action to end mass violence, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Not one more. One mass shooting for each day in America. Pulse Fl. June 12, 2016 - 49 people killed inside Pulse, a nightclub in Orlando, Florida. February 14, 2018 - 17 people killed Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland [the words 'not one more' and 'remember' are duplicated multiple times on the poster]."
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 Demonstrator holding a sign that reads "It's my first amendment right to tell you that the second one sucks. #neveragain." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "It's my first amendment right to tell you that the second one sucks. #neveragain."
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 Sign seeking an end to gun violence, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "We want love and peace not guns. Enough is enough! Stop gun violence [with an image of a gun being used as the letter 'P' in the word stop]."
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 Sign discussing gun control by using a quote from the film "The Godfather." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Leave the gun.* Take the cannoli! - Clemenza to Rocco, The Godfather 1972. *in a lock box. Better yet, why even buy one?"
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 Demonstrators marching while holding their signs, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Assault weapons it's a no-brainer [with the words 'assault weapon' crossed out]."; "Trump your not listening. #Enough."
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 Signs reading "Arm me with smaller class sizes, not guns!"; "Hey NRA keep your cold dead fingers to yourself," E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Arm me with smaller class sizes, not guns!"; "Hey NRA keep your cold dead fingers to yourself."
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 Physicians for a National Health Program banner demanding the ban of assault weapons, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read,from left to right: "PNPH Physicians for a National Health Program, Western Washington. It's time to add your voice [with images of a snake circling a stake, Mount Rainier and a crossed out assault weapon]."; "Ban assault weapons."
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 Sign reading "Protect kids not guns." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Protect kids not guns [with an image of a gun shooting flowers, and a crossed out assault weapon]."
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 Sign demanding gun reform, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Am I next? We demand a change. #neveragain. Enough! 35,000+ gun deaths a year. Not one more! [with a crossed out assault weapon]."
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 Three young demonstrators with a sign reading "Lives > Money. Life," E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Lives > Money. Life. #enough #march4ourlives2k18 #never_again [with an image of crossed out hundred dollar bill]."
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 Sign illustrating that certain items, like a bullet proof vest, should not be part of a school supply list, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "A bullet proof vest shouldn't be on my school supply list! [with a school supply list which includes the item a bullet proof vest. Everything on the list is checked off except the bullet proof vest]."
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 Sign showing the repercussions of mass school shootings, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I have been in 3 real lockdowns. I am only in 3rd grade." Text on button reads: "Fight like a girl."
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 Sign reading "Dumbledore's Army. Defense against the dark arms. You are change!! Vote = Voice #neveragain." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Dumbledore's Army. Defense against the dark arms. You are change!! Vote = Voice #neveragain [the 'A' in the word Army is depicted through the Deathly Hallows symbol which represents the invisibility cloak, the resurrection stone, and the elder wand. Having all three make the owner becomes the master of death]."
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 Sign listing things children do not get to do if they are the victim of a school shooting, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "You want guns? I want to LIVE. To graduate. To get a dog. To go to college. To buy a house. To get a job. To travel. To get married. To help others." Text on clothing reads:"March for Our Lives Seattle. March 24, 2018. Enough is Enough [with an image of four figures holding hands]."
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 Demonstrators holding their signs, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "March for Our Lives [with an image of four figures holding hands]."; "'I need it for protection.' Really? Is that why they're called assault rifles? I've never heard of these protection rifles you speak of. - Jim Jefferies [with an image of Jim Jefferies]." Jim Jefferies is an Australian stand-up comedian, political commentator, actor, and writer. Jefferies has a late-night comedy program titled “The Jim Jefferies Show” on Comedy Central.
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 Sign reading "Don't arm teachers with guns, arm students with knowledge!" E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Don't arm teachers with guns, arm students with knowledge!"
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 Signs calling for gun legislation, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "How come, congress? Afraid of the NRA?"; "Still no serious gun sense legislation?" Text on sticker reads: "Moms demand action for gun sense in America."
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 Demonstrator holding a sign reading "Love our kids, not guns." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Love our kids, not guns [the word 'love' is depicted by a heart and 'not' by a circle with a line through it]."
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 Two young demonstrators marching while holding their signs, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Impeach the Predator in Chief. Socialist Alternative [with an image of Donald Trump crossed out]." Text on clothing reads: "March for Our Lives Seattle. March 24, 2018. Enough is Enough [with an image of four figures holding hands]."
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 Sign reading "Thoughts & Prayers are not bullet proof." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Thoughts & Prayers are not bullet proof."
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 Sign reading "You banned Kinder Egg." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "You banned Kinder Egg."; "Pack lunch not heat."
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 Yellow sign reading "Girls clothing in school is more regulated than guns in America!", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Girls clothing in school is more regulated than guns in America!"
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 Sign placing blame on the NRA for mass shootings in an effort to get stricter gun regulations, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "NRA our blood is on your hands [with red hand prints]."; "Voter Registration."
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 Young demonstrator holding a sign that reads "Schools are for learning, not hurting." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Schools are for learning, not hurting [with a counting chart with the numbers 0-10]."
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 Sign depicting the goals of the march and gun regulation reform, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "MOMentum. Better background checks, ban bumpstocks, boost CDC Research on gun violence [in front of the three phrases are empty boxes that have been filled in with check marks]."
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 Sign with the date of the Marysville, WA school shooting, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "October 24, 2014 Marysville, WA." On October 24, 2014 there was a shooting at Marysville Pilchuck High School in Marysville, Washington. Jaylen Fryberg, a 15-year-old freshman shot five students, fatally wounding four, before fatally shooting himself.
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 Signs referencing previous mass school shootings, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "May 21, 1998 Springfield, Oregon."; "April 20, 1999 Littleton, Colorado." The Thurston High School shooting took place on May 21, 1998 in Springfield, Oregon. An expelled student, Kip Kinkel murdered his parents prior to engaging in the school shooting. Kinkel murdered two students, and wounded another 25. Kinkel is now serving a 111-year sentence without parole. The Columbine High School shooting occurred on April 20, 1999 in Colorado. The school shooting was a highly planned attack which involved a fire-bomb to divert firefighters, propane tanks converted to bombs that were placed in the cafeteria, 99 explosive devices and car bombs. Seniors at Columbine High School, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, murdered 12 students and one teacher. They additionally injured another 21 people. After carrying out their shooting Harris and Klebold committed suicide. This shooting sparked debate over gun control laws, cliques, subcultures, and bullying. Moreover, the shooting placed an increased emphasis on school security and zero tolerance policies.
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 Sign reading "Protect lives not guns." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Protect lives not guns [with an image of four figures holding hands, and flowers]."
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 Signs emphasizing the importance of children's lives over access to weapons, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "US kids are 14% more likely to die from guns."; "One child is worth more than all the guns on earth."; "Protect kids not guns."
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 Demonstrator holding a sign reading "My dress code is more regulated than guns." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "My dress code is more regulated than guns." Text on clothing reads: "Alliance for gun responsibility." Text on buttons read, from left to right: "Moms Demand Action for gun sense in America."; "I support stronger gun laws."
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 Signs demanding the protection of children over access to guns, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Protect kids not guns."; "I meet too many children with gunshot wounds. #notonemore."
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 Demonstrator marching with their signs, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "Listen up America."; "Fear has no place in schools. Mass shooter drills are not the answer."
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 Sign reading "Got NRA endorsement? You're being... voted out." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Got NRA endorsement? You're being... voted out."
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 Sign soliciting the protection of children over weapons, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Protect kids not guns [the word gun is substituted with the image of a gun]."
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 Sign reading "Protect America's future 'History has its Eyes on You'." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Protect America's future. 'History has its Eyes on You']." The quote on this sign comes from the popular musical Hamilton: An American Musical written by Lin Manuel Miranda. The song referenced is “History has its Eyes on You.” Miranda, the creator of this musical, participated in the March for Our Lives event in Washington, D.C. pairing up with another musical theater activist, Ben Platt. The duo performed a song titled “Found Tonight” which was a mashup with a powerful message and a plan for change. A portion of the proceeds from this song went to the March for Our Live Initiative.
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 Sign demanding protection for children, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Protect kids <not one more>."
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 "Disarm hate" sign on E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Disarm hate."
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 Sign illustrating that weapons should not be a part of school supply lists, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Guns don't bleed, kids do."; "Back-to school shopping [with images of a shirt, pants, protractor, books, gun, pencil, and shoes]."
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 Sign listing politicians funded by the NRA, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Thoughts, prayers and NRA funding. Senator McCain $7,740,521. Senator Burr $6,986,620. Senator Blunt $4,551,146. Senator Tillis $4,418,012. Senator Gardner $3, 879,062. Happy Mid-Terms."
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 Demonstrator marching with a sign depicting the scale of justice, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Tip the scales 4 daughters & sons, not 4 NRA & guns. We demand change [with a image of a scale the has the words 'Scale of Justice' written on it with the images of children raised above weapons]."
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 March demonstrators holding their signs, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Protect kids not killers [with an image of a crossed out assault weapon]."; "Our youth, our future."
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 Sign discussing the influence youth will have in upcoming elections, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Watch out congress! My teenager can vote in the next election and she's mad!! [with the words vote and mad underlined]."
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 Sign denouncing government's inattention to gun reform laws, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "All I wanna say is that they don't really care about us."
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 Illustrated sign with the image of two assault weapons shooting flowers, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "@obeygiant + @amplifierart - register to vote! Text nvragain to rtvote [with an image of two assault weapons shooting flowers with a peace sign in the bottom left corner]." Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifier’s artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action.
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 Young child with sign reading "Sticks & stones may break my bones but bullets should never hit me!", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Sticks & stones may break my bones but bullets should never hit me!"; "We call BS." Text on button reads: "Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America."
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 Demonstrator with painted orange stripes under his eyes marching surrounded by fellow participants, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
In 2013 Hadiya Pendleton was shot and killed in Chicago at the age of 15. Pendleton, one week before, had performed at President Obama’s 2nd inaugural parade. Following her death Pendleton’s friends asked for people to stand up, speak out and wear orange to bring awareness to gun violence. The color orange was chosen because it is the color hunters wear to protect themselves and others from harm in the woods. Orange is a bold and highly visible color, and supporters derive strength from this bold color in their efforts to bring about change. June 2nd is National Gun Violence Awareness Day where supporters wear orange in an effort to end gun violence in America.
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 Sign reading "I should worry about finals not firearms." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I should worry about finals not firearms."
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 Sign denouncing the NRA, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads:"F the NRA [with the image of a crossed out assault weapon and three politicians]."
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 Demonstrators marching holding various signs, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Virginia Tech, Sandy Hook, Stoneman Douglas. Enough is Enough."; "Disarm hate [with the word 'disarm' colored in with the colors of the pride flag]."; "I vote and pray 4 change [with the word 'pray' colored in with the colors of the pride flag]."
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 Demonstrator holding a sign that reads "People shouldn't have to fear going to school." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "People shouldn't fear going to school [with an image of two smeared red hand prints]."
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 Blaine Memorial United Methodist Church sign discussing gun control laws, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "NOW IS the time to talk about GUN CONTROL. Blaine Memorial United Methodist Church. Go forth in faith * Be strong in hope * Serve in love [with an image of a boat on the sail is the Chi Rho symbol of a vertical superimposed XP which is the first to letters of Christ in Greek]."
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 Sign reading "I thought you were pro-life!?" E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I thought you were pro-life!?"
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 "Arms are for hugs. Protect children, not guns" sign, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Arms are for hugs. Protect children, not guns [with an image of a heart]."; "GOP: Guns over people."; "Enough."
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 Two demonstrators marching with a Blaine Memorial United Methodist Church sign, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Blaine Memorial United Methodist Church. We pray for our children! 'There can be no keener revelation of a society's soul than the way in which it treats its children' - Nelson Mandela."
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 Sign warning people not to go down the dark path of fear and hate, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Fear is the path to the Dark Side. Fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate ~ Yoda. Disarm hate [with an image of hands holding a candle]."
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 Red and black sign reading "Enough is enough." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Enough is enough [with an image of assault weapons being aimed at children]."
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 Young demonstrator marching with protest sign, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Not one more." Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifier’s artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action. Natalie Dettmer is the graphic designer for the “Not One More” poster seen at the March for Our Lives. This poster was created in partnership with Amplifier. Dettmer is a senior art major in the School of Art, Art History & Design at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Dettmer won a national poster contest sponsored by Amplifier and Adobe Project 1234 to create posters for the March for Our Lives. She was one of three designers to win this contest and was able to attend the March for Our Lives event in Washington, D.C. where over 15,000 copies of her poster were handed out.
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 Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence banner on E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Disarm hate [with the word 'disarm' colored in the colors of the pride flag]."; "Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence Seattle [with an image of two stars and two stripes]."; "Enough." The Brady Campaign is an organization that seeks to prevent gun violence. The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence is an affiliated American nonprofit that works with the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence. These two organizations advocate for gun control and against gun violence.
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 Pink sign reading "Living in fear is un-American!", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Living in fear is un-American!"
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 Protest signs on E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Gun violence is a public health crisis. Repeal the Dickey amendment." Image on sign depicts: An eye with a tear drop. In the tear drop are the words "For me and her." The Dickey Amendment was passed in 1996. It mandates that funds made available for injury prevention and control at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) cannot be used to advocate or promote gun control. On March 23, 2018 President Donald Trump signed into legislation that the CDC can conduct research into gun violence.
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 Protest signs on E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "The right to life and our common good <Trump> your right to own assault rifles. #enough [the phrase 'assault rifle' has been crossed out]."
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 Sign seeking policy change for gun laws, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Thoughts & Prayers. Policy & Change [with the words 'thoughts & prayers' crossed out]."
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 Sign holding the NRA accountable for previous mass shootings, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "NRA their blood is on your hands! Sutherland Springs 2017, Sandy Hook 2012, Las Vegas 2017, Orlando 2016, Parkland 2018, RIP Kids, Aurora Colorado 2012 [with an image of the Grim Reaper standing over headstones that have the locations and dates for past mass shootings]."
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 Sign imploring citizens to vote, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Vote for their lives."
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 Sign suggesting that children should pack lunch not weapons for school, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Pack lunch not heat [with the word 'heat' surrounded by flames]."
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 Demonstrator holding a decorated sign, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Not. Ban [with images of peace signs, flowers and a gun]."
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 Demonstrators holding anti-NRA signs, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Protect children not guns. NRA no lives matter 1871 [with the seal of the NRA and hands with blood on them]."; "The people who wrote the second amendment owned other people."
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 Lucas P. Kok a Seattle based author and illustrator marching with his sign, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Thoughts & Prayers [with an image of the Joker dressed as Uncle Sam holding an assault weapon with a flag reading 'Thoughts & Prayers']."
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 "Arms are for hugging" sign, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Arms are for hugging."
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 Sign reading "Actions not hopes and prayers." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Actions not hopes and prayers!"
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 Demonstrators marching with their signs, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Well regulated militia ≠ AR-15s killing children."; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."
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 Sign reading "Tomorrow there'll be more of us." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Tomorrow there'll be more of us."
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 Sign stating thoughts and prayers have not been enough to bring about change, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Your 'thoughts & prayers' have turned into decades of inaction."
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 Sign holding the NRA accountable for gun violence, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "@ the NRA: My blood is on your hands."
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 "What is with the 2nd Amendment?" cardboard box sign, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "What is with the 2nd Amendment? What was the framer's intent? Guns were tools, not meant for no fools, the NRA, that message, has bent. What is with the 2nd Amendment? What was the framer's intent? With out a good clue, one thing must be true, a gun lobby is not what they meant."
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 Demonstrator marching with sign discussing the purpose of assault weapons, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Assault weapons have only one *purpose. *Hint: Not hunting [with an image of a drawn figure with bullet wounds]."
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 Young man holding up "Guns need rules" sign, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Am I next?"; "Guns need rules [with the word rules engulfed in flames]."
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 Sign reading "Enough is enough." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Enough is enough [with drawn hearts]."
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 Sign asking how much their life is worth, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "How much $ is my life worth?"
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 Sign reading "Power to the peaceful." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Power to the peaceful."
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 Sign calling for gun reform legislation, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I've already got the arms I need to care for my students. Gun control now [with an image of an arm with a heart drawn on the hand]."
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 Sign suggesting that gun control should have been dealt with 20 years ago, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I should've been in front of her. We adults, we should've dealt with this 20 years ago. - Beth (Emma Gonzalez's mom)." Emma González, a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, survived the February 14, 2018 mass shooting. Following the event, González spoke out against gun violence at a gun control rally in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Moreover, four days after the shooting González created a Twitter account to broaden her platform to reach more people in her activism for stricter gun laws. On April 2, 2018 González and four other classmates were on the cover of Time magazine with the word “Enough” written across the cover. The cover was released ahead of the March for Our Lives, the largest student protest in American History. González was largely involved in the organization of the March for Our Lives event in Washington D.C. and spoke at the event.
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 March participants walking on E. Pine St. toward downtown Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Enough is enough."; "Fewer guns."; "#NeverAgain March for Our Lives."; "Every town for gun safety [with an image of three stripes]."
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 Sign reading: "Hey, good guys with guns: Please wear white hats to the next mass shooting. Please!", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Hey, good guys with guns: Please wear white hats to the next mass shooting. Please!"
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 Demonstrator holding a sign that reads "Guns don't kill people. People living in a culture of glorified patriotic violence with unfettered access to firearms kill people... with people!" E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Guns don't kill people. People living in a culture of glorified patriotic violence with unfettered access to firearms kill people... with guns!"
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 Sign equating the emblem for the NRA with a badge of shame, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Badge of shame [with the emblem for the National Rifle Association crossed out]."
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 Sign equating Donald Trump with Lord Voldemort from the Harry Potter series, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Enough. NRA [with the acronym NRA crossed out. Text is accompanied by the image of Donald Trump face superimposed with the face of Lord Voldemort, from the Harry Potter series]."
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 Sign reading "If guns kill people, send guns to war not people." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "If guns kill people, send guns to war not people."
March 24, 2018
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 Demonstrator holding a sign that reads "Disarm hate." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Disarm hate [with the word 'disarm' filled in with the colors of the pride flag]."
March 24, 2018
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 Cardboard sign with images of assault weapons and text that reads "Stop sacrificing our children," E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Stop sacrificing our children [with an image of three assault weapons]."
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 Sign requesting the end to weapons in schools, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "No guns in schools. Never Again [the poster is shaped to look like a gun, A white rose is tapped to the end of the cardboard gun]."
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 Sign seeking policy change, not thoughts and prayers, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Gun control now."; "Thoughts & Prayers. Policy & Change [with the words 'Thoughts & Prayers' crossed out]." Text on button reads: "We call BS. #resist."
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 Sign requesting the amending of the Second Amendment, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads, from left to right: "Never Again."; "The Second Amendment needs amending."
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 Orange "Srsly?" signs, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Srsly? [with an image of a someone shooting themselves in the foot]."
March 24, 2018
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 Sign reading "It isn't left or right, it's Life or Death." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "It isn't left or right, it's Life or Death."
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 Demonstrator holding a sign reading "Power to the People." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Power to the people [with an image of the Power Puff Girls flying]."
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 Sign speaking to the power of voting, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "My other protest sign is a ballot!"
March 24, 2018
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 Sign reading "Arms are for hugging!" E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Arms are for hugging! [with an image of a heart and multiple stars]."
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 Grandmothers Against Gun Violence signs, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Grandmothers Against Gun Violence [with an image of a grandmother and grandchild holding hands]."
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 Signs speaking against gun violence, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Fear has no place in school."; "Protect kids not guns."; "Enough is enough."
March 24, 2018
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 Sign advocating gun reform legislation, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "How many kids have to die before gun laws change [with the sign covered with happy face stickers]." Text on button reads: "March for Our Lives 03.24.18 [with an image of four figures holding hands]."
March 24, 2018
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 Yellow sign reading "Do not let Trump play Russian Roulette with our lives." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Do not let Trump play Russian Roulette with our lives." Text on button reads: "Biggest turd in the shithole."
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 Demonstrator holding a sign with image of activist and Stoneman Douglas High School student Emma González, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "They say no laws could have prevented the hundreds of senseless tragedies that have occurred. We call BS. - Emma Gonzalez. Rise Up [with an image of Emma González]." Emma González, a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, survived the February 14, 2018 mass shooting. Following the event, González spoke out against gun violence at a gun control rally in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Moreover, four days after the shooting González created a Twitter account to broaden her platform to reach more people in her activism for stricter gun laws. On April 2, 2018 González and four other classmates were on the cover of Time magazine with the word “Enough” written across the cover. The cover was released ahead of the March for Our Lives, the largest student protest in American History. González was largely involved in the organization of the March for Our Lives event in Washington D.C. and spoke at the event.
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 "We call BS" sign with picture of Emma Gonzalez, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "They say no laws could have prevented the hundreds of senseless tragedies that have occurred. We call BS. - Emma Gonzalez. Rise Up [with an image of Emma González]." Emma González, a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, survived the February 14, 2018 mass shooting. Following the event, González spoke out against gun violence at a gun control rally in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Moreover, four days after the shooting González created a Twitter account to broaden her platform to reach more people in her activism for stricter gun laws. On April 2, 2018 González and four other classmates were on the cover of Time magazine with the word “Enough” written across the cover. The cover was released ahead of the March for Our Lives, the largest student protest in American History. González was largely involved in the organization of the March for Our Lives event in Washington D.C. and spoke at the event.
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 "This teacher is armed with love" sign, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "This teacher is armed with love."
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 Demonstrator holding a sign supporting student activism, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I stand with Parkland + Maryland and... ." On March 20, 2018 there was a shooting at Great Mills High School in Great Mills, Maryland. Austin Wyatt Rollins shot 2 students, ultimately killing one Jaelynn Willey, and injuring another. The shooting came to a quick end with the immediate intervention of Deputy Blaine Gaskill. This shooting was not a random act of violence, Rollins and Willey had recently ended their relationship. Rollins as a result of this confrontation ended up shooting and killing himself.
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 Sign upholding the position that guns do not belong in schools, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Guns have no place in schools. -This school Social Worker."
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 Anti-gun sign with monopoly money taped to it, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Guns Rn't US. Stop! Enough! [with Monopoly money taped to the sign]."
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 Sign reading "#armmewith a curriculum courageous enough to confront historical trauma and the intersection of structural racism and toxic masculinity," E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "#armmewith a curriculum courageous enough to confront historical trauma of structural racism and toxic masculinity."
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 Demonstrators marching amidst protest signs, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Never Again. Vote! [with images of a heart, an eye, and a peace sign perhaps representing the phrase 'I love peace']."; "Books not bullets [with the word 'bullets' crossed out accompanied with images of a book, an eye, and a gun]."
March 24, 2018
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 "Let's rename 'school' to 'uterus' maybe then they'll care about the dying kids inside" sign, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Let's rename 'school' to 'uterus' maybe then they'll care about the dying kids inside [with an image of three drawn flowers]."
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 Sign stating school shootings are not a way to reduce class sizes, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "There are better ways to reduce class sizes [with an image of a gun shooting four drawn stick figures]."
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 Sign seeking the protection of kids over weapons, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Protect kids not guns [with an image of an umbrella and faces drawn into the word 'kids']."
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 Sign carrying an image of the cartoon character and hunter Elmer Fudd, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Image on sign depicts: An image of popular Warner Bros. cartoon character Elmer Fudd who is most known for hunting Bugs Bunny. In this image Elmer Fudd is seen with his pants down. Text on button reads: "Stay Nasty."
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 Demonstrator with a sign depicting an image of NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Fuck this guy [with arrows pointing to a picture of NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre]."
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 Young demonstrator holding a sign that reads "Student's lives are more important than guns!" E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Student's lives are more important than guns! [the word 'gun' is written a second time and crossed out]."
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 Sign reading "Hunting season is over NRA." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Hunting season is over NRA [with and image of an assault weapon pointing at person]."
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 Sign providing statistics for gun ownership and mass shootings in America, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "America has 4.4% of the world's population, but almost half of the civilian-owned guns around the world. The U.S. makes up less than 5% of the worlds population but holds 31% of global mass shooters."
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 March sign stating students should be worried about grades and not about being shot, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I should be scared of my G.P.A., not the N.R.A.." Text on sticker reads: "Gun responsibility now."
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 Young demonstrator holding a sign that reads "I'm here on my birthday in hopes that others will safely make it to their next birthday & many more." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I'm here on my birthday in the hopes that other will safely make it to their next birthday & many more."
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 Sign reading "We all call B.S. on N.R.A.." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "We all call B.S. on N.R.A.."
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 Sign illustrating the destruction of a gun, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Image on sign depicts: Two hands breaking a gun in half.
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 Young girl holding sign reading "Protect kids not guns," E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Protect kids not guns [with a sticker on the sign with an image of a crossed out gun with the phrase 'Stop gun violence']."; "Be nice to each other. It's really all that matters. -Dawn Lafferty [with images of a peace sign, sun, moon, and a Ying Yang]." Dawn Lafferty Hochsprung was the Principle of Sandy Hook Elementary School and died attempting to stop 20-year old shooter Adam Lanza. The Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting occurred on December 14, 2012. This mass school shooting claimed the lives of twenty 6-7 year old students and six adult staff members. Hochsprung was a dedicated teacher and inspired her students to reach their fullest potential. The quote provided here was Hoshsprung’s favorite quote.
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 Woman playing drum among protesters marching with their signs, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Enough cold dead hands."; "Disarm hate."
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 Signs requesting gun reform legislation, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Enough [with images of a hand and a crossed out assault weapon]."; "If not now, when."
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 Two demonstrators marching with their signs, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "My life to live is way more important than your guns [with two exclamation points, the center of this poster has been cut out so it can frame the young demonstrators face]."; "I am a teacher not a human shield. #Enough [this poster is shaped like a shield]."
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 Sign reading "How many deaths will it take?", E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "How many deaths will it take?"
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 "March against madness" sign, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "March against madness."
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 Demonstrators from Mercer Middle School participating in the march, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Seattle Education Association. Mercer Middle School."
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 Sign reading "It's a gun problem! Not a mental health problem." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "It's a gun problem! Not a mental health problem! [the words 'Gun' and 'Not' are both underlined for emphasis]."
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 Sign encouraging people to vote to bring about gun reform legislation, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Ballots stop bullets. Vote [with the image of a stop sign and ballot boxes]."
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 Sign illustrated with candles reading "Dying for Real Solutions," E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "United States Map. Dying for real solutions [with an image of the United States Map and eight candles]."
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 Demonstrator holding their sign decorated with red hearts on E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "March for Our Lives [with an image of multiple hearts strung together]."
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 Demonstrators marching with their signs held high, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Arms are for hugging [with images of two peace signs]."; "It's easier to get a gun than mental help [with the word 'gun' in red]."
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 Sign seeking "common sense gun laws." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Common sense gun laws."
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 March sign pointing out the discrepancies between gun and car regulations, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Let's start with: guns at least as regulated as cars [with an image of a light bulb and a car]."
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 Sign emphasizing that gun violence is too common, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Enough is enough [with an image of a crossed out assault weapon]."
March 24, 2018
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 University Unitarian Church sign, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "We are the revolt."; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "Protect kids not guns [with an image of a person with their arms raised wearing a shirt with the phrase 'don't shoot']."; "Love resists! UUC Solidarity." Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifier’s artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action. Micah Bazant is a trans visual artist who works with social justice movements to reimagine the world. Bazant’s art work is inspired by struggles to decolonize ourselves from white supremacy, patriarchy, ableism, and gender binary. For this march in collaboration with Amplifier and Forward Together, Bazant created the poster “Protect Kids, Not Guns.” The goal of this poster is to amplify the strong youth-led force speaking out against gun violence and help shift the story of gun control to center on Black Leadership.
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 "Disarm the NRA" sign on E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Disarm the NRA."; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."
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 Colorful sign reading "We must protect our future not massacre it," E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "We must protect our future not massacre it."; "Our bodies are not meant for bullets." Text on clothing reads: "March for Our Lives Seattle. 3-24-18. Save lives, not guns [with images of multiple people attached to demonstrators clothing]."
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 Demonstrator holding a sign that reads "Impeach this monster and vote blue." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Impeach this monster and vote blue [with a face mask of Donald Trump tapped to the sign]." Image on clothing depicts: Several people attached to demonstrators clothing.
March 24, 2018
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 Young demonstrator making it clear students should not have to worry about school shootings, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I am 10. I should not have to hear about school shootings! [with an image of a hear]."
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 Young demonstrator holding a sign requesting background checks in order to buy assault weapons, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Background checks now! Are you listening because I mean it [with images of hearts and flowers]."
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 Sign reading "Shoot the 2nd Amendment not my child." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Shoot the 2nd Amendment not my child."
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 Cedars Unitarian Universalist Church banner, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Standing on the side of love. Cedars Unitarian Universalist Church. www.cedarsuuchurch.org [with an image of a heart]."; "Dear legislators. What will it take? Asking for a friend [with arrows pointing to the edge of the sign referencing the people participating in the march]." Image on sign depicts: A girl emoji with a hand coving her face.
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 Demonstrators holding signs that read "At home & abroad weapon makers profit, people die! Party for Socialism & Liberation." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "At home & abroad weapon makers profit, people die! Party for Socialism & Liberation."
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 Sign seeking stricter gun laws, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I'm marching for Luc. He is 33 days old today. Ban assault weapons. Increase age of purchase. Stop sale of high capacity magazines. Close loopholes in background checks [the words 'ban,' 'increase,' 'stop,' and 'close' are in bold. Accompanying the text is a peace sign.]."
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 Sign reading "Remove metal detectors from congress and see how fast things change," E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Remove metal detectors from congress and see how fast things change [with the words 'congress' and 'change' is bold]."
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 Signs reading "21st Century guns, 18th Century laws."; "Books not bullets," E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "21st Century guns, 18th Century laws."; "Books not bullets."
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 Sign stating that "police need gun control too... #Stephon Clark. Black Lives Matter." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "The police need gun control too... #StephonClark. Black Lives Matter. Stephon Clark was shot and killed on March 18, 2018 in Sacramento, California. Clark was killed by two Sacramento Police Department officers. The officers were looking for a suspect who was breaking windows. Clark, was unarmed 22-year old African American was confronted by the two officers an ultimately shot eight times, with seven gunshot wounds on his back.
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 Sign reading "Why are you praying instead of doing?" E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Why are you praying instead of doing?"
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 Sign reading "If thoughts & prayers are more effective than gun control, are they not more effective than guns?" E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "If thoughts & prayers are more effective than gun control, are they not also more effective than guns?"
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 Demonstrator participating in the march, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: Moe. @NoLaughingMata. It's school not shooting range. Just retweets @Run_khabibi. It's mom not mum. It's chips not crisps. It's fries not ships. It's soccer not football. It's football not rugby. 12/8/15 12:24 PM [with an image of a green monster]."
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 Sign quoting Nelson Mandela, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use. -Nelson Mandela. Change the world." Nelson Mandela (July 18, 1918-December 5, 2013) was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, political leader and philanthropist. Mandela served as President of South Africa from 1994-1999 and was the President of the African National Congress (1991-1997). His presidency was significant not only because he was the country’s first black head of state but also the first elected official in a fully representative democratic election. While in office he sought to dismantle the legacy of apartheid and institutional racism. Instead, Mandela fostered racial reconciliation.
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 Demonstrators holding their signs while marching, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Stop the proliferation America vs the World. 5% of population. 35% of civilian guns. 31% of mass shootings. 25% gun homicide rate [America and the World are depicted through drawing's of an American flag and the globe]."; "So... you're pro-life and pro-guns??? How ironic."
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 Young demonstrator holding a sign that lists reasons why she goes to school which should not include getting shot, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I go to school to: learn to read, learn art, learn motor skills, learn math, make friends, get shot. Getting shot is not on the list! Stop it happening [all items listed are checked off expect get shot. The item 'get shot' is crossed out]."
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 Demonstrator holding a sign with an image of a glockenspiel with text reading "The only glock that I want funded for my classroom," E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "The only glock that I want funded for my classroom [with an image of what looks to be a xylophone but happens to be a glockenspiel. A glockenspiel is an instrument that belongs to the family of percussion musical instruments. It is made up of metal bars arranged in the fashion of a keyboard, it is typically higher pitched and smaller than a traditional xylophone]."
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 Sign comparing mental illness to gun violence through the imagery held in the comparison of apples to oranges, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Mental Illness [written inside a drawn image of an apple] and Gun Violence [written inside a drawn image of an orange]."
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 Sign reading "From Pulse to Parkland. NRA Sashay Away." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "From Pulse to Parkland. NRA Sashay Away [with an image hand closed around the barrel of a gun]."
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 Sign making it clear children should not be targets for guns, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "No kid should be a target [with an image of a target]."
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 Young demonstrator carrying their sign, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I don't want to be a target. #LovenotHate #amInext #NeverAgain. I march for life [with images of a target, a rainbow and a heart]."
March 24, 2018
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 Young demonstrator holding a sign that reads "Arms are for hugging." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Arms are for hugging [with two drawn figures, one with arm extended]."
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 "Enough is Enough!"sign, E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Enough."; "Enough is Enough!"
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 Demonstrators participating in the march carrying a sign that reads "Ban assault weapons." E. Pine St., Seattle, Washington
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 Demonstrators marching on 4th Ave. toward Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Books not bullets."; "Support students over guns and the NRA."; "Columbine, Aurora, Sandy Hook, Pulse, Las Vegas, Parkland. Not. One. More."; "Bullets are not school supplies [with an image of a bullet lined up next to crayons]."; "If my vagina shot bullets it would be less regulated."
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 Demonstrators holding their signs while marching on 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Support students over guns and the NRA."; "Bullets are not school supplies [with an image of a bullet lined up next to crayons]."; "Columbine, Aurora, Sandy Hook, Pulse, Las Vegas, Parkland. Not. One. More."; "Say no to the NRA."
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 Socialist Alternative sign reading "Impeach the predator in chief," 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Impeach the predator in chief. Socialist Alternative [with an image of Donald Trump under a circle with a line through it]."
March 24, 2018
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 Demonstrators marching on 4th Ave. carrying "Enough" signs, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "#Enough."; "Ban automatic weapons now."; "Not running America anymore! #Enough [with an image of a crossed our gun]."; "Boycott NRA now! www.boycottnranow.org [with an image of a crossed out assault weapon]."; "Arms are for hugging."; "NRA puts profits over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative."; "Black Lives Matter."; "No more silence. End gun violence."; "Protect kids not guns. #Enough."
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 Young demonstrator with a sign reading "Give teachers rai$e$ not guns. #votethemout." 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Gun violence shouldn't be passed down through generations."; "Veronika Weiss, Isla Vista UCSB."; "Black Lives Matter."; "Give teachers rai$e$ not guns. #votethemout." Veronika Weiss was the victim of a shooting in Isla Vista, California. The shooting occurred on May 23, 2014 near the campus of University of California, Santa Barbara. Elliot Rodger killed six people including Veronika Weiss and injured another 14 individuals. Rodgers carried out this attack because he wanted to punish women for rejecting him and because he envied sexually active men and wanted to punish them for being sexually active. Rodgers killed himself in his vehicle following this attack.
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 Demonstrator holding a sign that reads "Veronika Weiss, Isla Vista UCSB." 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Veronika Weiss, Isla Vista UCSB." Veronika Weiss was the victim of a shooting in Isla Vista, California. The shooting occurred on May 23, 2014 near the campus of University of California, Santa Barbara. Elliot Rodger killed six people including Veronika Weiss and injured another 14 individuals. Rodgers carried out this attack because he wanted to punish women for rejecting him and because he envied sexually active men and wanted to punish them for being sexually active. Rodgers killed himself in his vehicle following this attack.
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 Two girls carrying sign reading "Protect kids not guns" on 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "And no one shall make them afraid."; "One child is more important than all the guns in the universe [with an image of a crossed out gun]."; "Arms are for hugging."; "Protect kids not guns [with an image of person with their hands up wearing a shirt that reads 'Don't Shoot']."; "Protect kids not guns! We demand a ban! No guns. Enough is enough [with the word 'guns' crossed out]."; "Ban assault weapons [with an image of a gun engulfed in flowers]."; "There is something seriously wrong with an America that thinks healthcare is a privilege but gun ownership is a right! Ban assault weapons."; "Fear has no place in schools." Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifier’s artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action. Micah Bazant is a trans visual artist who works with social justice movements to reimagine the world. Bazant’s art work is inspired by struggles to decolonize ourselves from white supremacy, patriarchy, ableism, and gender binary. For this march in collaboration with Amplifier and Forward Together, Bazant created the poster “Protect Kids, Not Guns.” The goal of this poster is to amplify the strong youth-led force speaking out against gun violence and help shift the story of gun control to center on Black Leadership. Raychelle Duazo is the designer of the “Ban Assault Weapons” poster that was distributed by Amplifier for the March for Our Lives. Duazo is a queer femme Filipina-American visual artist from the Pacific Northwest. Her work focuses on themes of love, heartbreak, loss, memory, identity and place. Currently, she is an active member of “The HAND,” a Seattle-based comic artist collective.
March 24, 2018
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 Sign discussing the discrepancy between health care and gun ownership in America, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "There is something seriously wrong with an America that thinks healthcare is a privilege but gun ownership is a right! Ban assault weapons."
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 "Not one more" sign on 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Not Right for America [with the N, R, and A emphasized to symbolize the acronym for the National Rifle Association]."; "Not one more [with and image of an 'X' accompanied by two raised fists]."; "Save kids not guns." Text on clothing reads: "#enough." Image on sign depicts: Two assault weapons shooting flowers [with accompanied text that reads "@obeygiant +@amplifierart - Register to vote! Text nvragain to rtvote"]. Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifier’s artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action. Natalie Dettmer is the graphic designer for the “Not One More” poster seen at the March for Our Lives. This poster was created in partnership with Amplifier. Dettmer is a senior art major in the School of Art, Art History & Design at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Dettmer won a national poster contest sponsored by Amplifier and Adobe Project 1234 to create posters for the March for Our Lives. She was one of three designers to win this contest and was able to attend the March for Our Lives event in Washington, D.C. where over 15,000 copies of her poster were handed out.
March 24, 2018
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 Demonstrator marching with a sign the reads "If an unborn child can fight for its right to live, so can a 6-17 year old. #NeverAgain." 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Enough."; "If an unborn child can fight for its right to live, so can a 6-17 year old. #NeverAgain." Text on sticker reads: "Trump/Pence must go! Every day, Everywhere, Everyone. In the streets until they're gone. RefuseFascism.org."
March 24, 2018
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 Multiple sign carrying demonstrators marching on 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Not one more. Never Again."; "Fear has no place in our schools."; "Why are we making our children be braver than our politicians."; "Their blood is on your hands & in your wallet."; "Protect kids not guns [with an image of a person with their hands raised wearing a shirt that reads 'Don't Shoot']."; "Ban bump stocks."; "Our kids deserve better treatment."; "Human life > Your hobby."; "Shot through the hear and you're to blame. U give U.S. a bad name. NRA $$$ John McCain AZ $7.7 M,Richard Burr N.C. $6.98 Mil, Roy Blunt MO $4.5 Mil, Thom Tillis NC $4.4 Mil [with images of the four politicians referenced on this poster]."; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "Our lives matter."; "My daughter is more important than your hobby."; "Don't shoot me."; "What if Jesus had stopped @ thoughts and prayers." Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action. Micah Bazant is a trans visual artist who works with social justice movements to reimagine the world. Bazant’s art work is inspired by struggles to decolonize ourselves from white supremacy, patriarchy, ableism, and gender binary. For this march in collaboration with Amplifier and Forward Together, Bazant created the poster “Protect Kids, Not Guns.” The goal of this poster is to amplify the strong youth-led force speaking out against gun violence and help shift the story of gun control to center on Black Leadership.
March 24, 2018
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 Child carrying "Don't shoot me!" sign on 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Don't shoot me!."; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "Thoughts and prayers. Policy and Change [with the words 'thoughts' and 'prayers' crossed out]."; "My daughter is more important than your hobby."; "What if Jesus had stopped @ thoughts and prayers."
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 "The only thing easier to buy than a gun in America are Republicans" sign, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "The only thing easier to buy than a gun in America are Republicans."; "This is not normal! #enough [with the word 'not' underlined]."; "Enough." Text on button reads: "Enough."
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 Sign reading "Life is precious." 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Life is precious."
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 Demonstrators holding signs that read "Gun culture threatens public health" and "Money from NRA update your resumé." 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Gun culture threatens public health."; "NRA = BS. Vote for change."; "Silence = violence."; "Money from NRA update you resumé."; "Never again." Text on sticker reads: "This is public health. thisispublichealth.org." Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action. Chanelle Librada Reyes is the designer of the “Never Again” poster issued by Amplifier. Reyes, a 23 year old, took part in the Amplifier contest to create posters for the March for Our Lives, which emphasized the leading role student activist have taken in the gun reform debate. Reyes used the words “Never Again” as a representation of the various times these words have been said following a mass school shooting. Here “Never Again” shows how Parkland students have used this to generate support for gun reform.
March 24, 2018
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 Sign applauding youth for seeking common sense gun laws, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Proud of our youth. Congress: Enact common sense gun laws. Ban assault rifles. Vote out Republican'ts who won't."; "Make America think again."; "Actually, guns do kill people."
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 Demonstrators holding their signs including one reading "Actually, guns do kill people" walking down 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Support our kids, vote."; "Make America think again."; "Actually, guns do kill people."; "Regulation: Necessary to the security of a free state."; "Vote for the safety of those too young. #NeverAgain."; "#NotOneMore."; "Arms are for hugging [with an image of a gun under a heart with a line through it]."; "NRA puts profits over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative."
March 24, 2018
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 March participant holding a sign that reads "Regulation: Necessary to the security of a free state." 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Vote for the safety of those too young. #NeverAgain."; "#NotOneMore."; "After hearing about the mass shootings I started to feel like this might be my last day, I want to walk into school and feel safe!"; "Regulation: Necessary to the security of a free state."
March 24, 2018
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 Demonstrators marching amidst protest signs, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Never Again."; "After hearing about all the mass shootings I started to feel like this might be my last day, I want to walk into school and feel safe."; "Enough is enough is enough."; "19 children are shot per day in the US. Unacceptable." Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action. Chanelle Librada Reyes is the designer of the “Never Again” poster issued by Amplifier. Reyes, a 23 year old, took part in the Amplifier contest to create posters for the March for Our Lives, which emphasized the leading role student activist have taken in the gun reform debate. Reyes used the words “Never Again” as a representation of the various times these words have been said following a mass school shooting. Here “Never Again” shows how Parkland students have used this to generate support for gun reform.
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 Signs stating that it is time for gun reform legislation, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Enough is enough!"; "No more apathy."; "We could be next [with images of children]."; "Who in you life has to die from gun violence for you to support gun control? [the words 'gun control' are underlined thrice]."
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 Alliance for Gun Responsibility banner on 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Love your kids not guns."; "Not one more [with an image of a large 'X' and two raised fists]."; "Can't believe we still have to protest this shit."; "Alliance for Gun Responsibility. Gun Violence is preventable. www.gunresponsibility.org." Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action. Natalie Dettmer is the graphic designer for the “Not One More” poster seen at the March for Our Lives. This poster was created in partnership with Amplifier. Dettmer is a senior art major in the School of Art, Art History & Design at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Dettmer won a national poster contest sponsored by Amplifier and Adobe Project 1234 to create posters for the March for Our Lives. She was one of three designers to win this contest and was able to attend the March for Our Lives event in Washington, D.C. where over 15,000 copies of her poster were handed out.
March 24, 2018
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 "Liberty over weaponry" sign on 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Liberty over weaponry."; "Am I next?" Text on sticker reads: "Read, rise, resist." Image on signs depict, from left to right: Two assault weapons shooting flowers with a peace sign in the bottom left corner [accompanying the image in the bottom right corner is text that reads: "@obeygiant + @amplifierart - register to vote! Text nvragain to rtvote."]. A hot pink heart. Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action.
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 Sign reading "I'm with the teens" held above march demonstrators, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "I'm with the teens [with arrows pointing towards other demonstrators]."; "This teacher does NOT want a gun!!! Protect kids not guns."; "Protect kids, not guns [with an image of a person with their hands raised wearing a shirt that reads 'Don't Shoot']." Text on the clothing reads: "Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America." Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action. Micah Bazant is a trans visual artist who works with social justice movements to reimagine the world. Bazant’s art work is inspired by struggles to decolonize ourselves from white supremacy, patriarchy, ableism, and gender binary. For this march in collaboration with Amplifier and Forward Together, Bazant created the poster “Protect Kids, Not Guns.” The goal of this poster is to amplify the strong youth-led force speaking out against gun violence and help shift the story of gun control to center on Black Leadership.
March 24, 2018
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 Signs seeking an end to mass school shootings, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Protect kids, not guns [with an image of a person with their hands raised wearing a shirt the reads 'Don't Shoot']."; "This teacher does NOT want a gun!! Protect kids, not guns."; "Let's rename 'school' to 'uterus' maybe then they'll care about the dying kids inside [with an image of three flowers]."; "Ban high-capacity mags."; "Stop spilling our blood."; "Our children are more valuable than your rights." Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action. Micah Bazant is a trans visual artist who works with social justice movements to reimagine the world. Bazant’s art work is inspired by struggles to decolonize ourselves from white supremacy, patriarchy, ableism, and gender binary. For this march in collaboration with Amplifier and Forward Together, Bazant created the poster “Protect Kids, Not Guns.” The goal of this poster is to amplify the strong youth-led force speaking out against gun violence and help shift the story of gun control to center on Black Leadership.
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 Demonstrator holding a sign that reads "The power of the people is stronger than the people in power." 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "The power of the people is stronger than the people in power."; "Impeach the predator in chief. Socialist Alternative [with an image of Donald trump that has been crossed out]."; "Fear has no place in our schools."
March 24, 2018
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 Demonstrators filling the street in support of the March for Our Lives, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Muskets & militia ≠ AK 47 [with an image of an assault weapon]." Text on clothing reads: "Enough we call BS. Protect kids not guns. Never again. March for Our Lives."
March 24, 2018
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 Sign reading "Parkland students are heroes." 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "No guns allowed [with an image of multiple corssed out guns]."; "Crush the guns."; "We will not be silenced."; "Parkland students are heroes."; "Remember in November."
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 March participants walking on 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Thoughts, Prayers, Action [with the words 'thoughts' and 'prayers' crossed out]."; "March for Our Lives."
March 24, 2018
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 March signs holding the NRA accountable for school shootings, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "The NRA is killing our kids [with a doll attached to the poster]."; "NRA stop killing our kids [with a doll attached to the poster]."; "The NRA is a terrorist organization."; "Our kids deserve better. March for Our Lives 2018."
March 24, 2018
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 Sign reading "We call B.S.! #survivors." 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "We call B.S.! #survivors."
March 24, 2018
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 Demonstrators filling the streets in support of the March for Our Lives, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "This isn't right or left, it's life or death [with arrows pointing left and right]."; "Learning not Lockdown [with and image of the 'TIME' magazine cover with the word 'Enough' written across the cover featuring Parkland student activists; Emma González, David Hogg, Cameron Kasky, Alex Wind, and Jaclyn Corin]."; "History will be written by our children. They will write: NRA = Terrorist."; "Enough #NeverAgain."; "Am I next?"
March 24, 2018
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 Demonstrators holding signs denouncing the NRA on 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Enough is enough."; "This is not a drill."; "History will be written by our children. They will write: NRA = Terrorism."; "Enough. #NeverAgain."; "Am I next?"; "NRA puts profits over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative."
March 24, 2018
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 Demonstrators holding signs reading "Guns are not school supplies" and "Am I next?"on 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "Am I next? [attached to a Socialist Alternative poster]."; "We demand change [with an image of a heart]."; "NRA puts profits over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative."; "#Enough is #Enough." Text on clothing reads: "#Enough." Text on button reads: "We call BS." Text on sticker reads: "Gun responsobility now."
March 24, 2018
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 Demonstrator holding a sign that reads "I am a teacher not a police officer, or a soldier! #Enough #GunReformNow !" 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Protect kids not guns [with arrows pointing to the words 'kids' and 'guns']."; "I am a teacher not a police officer, or a soldier! #Enough #GunReformNow ! [with an image of a crossed out gun]."; "Melt the guns [with and image of a gun being melted]."
March 24, 2018
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 March participant holding a "Fuck the NRA!" sign walking on 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "No! This nightmare must end: The Trump/Pence regime must go! RefuseFascism.org."; "Never Again. Saint Barnabas, Bainbridge Island [with and image of the church's seal and Bainbridge Island]."; "Fuck the NRA!"; "Protect kids, not guns [with an image of a person with their hands raised wearing a shirt that reads 'Don't Shoot']."; "This is not a drill." Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action. Micah Bazant is a trans visual artist who works with social justice movements to reimagine the world. Bazant’s art work is inspired by struggles to decolonize ourselves from white supremacy, patriarchy, ableism, and gender binary. For this march in collaboration with Amplifier and Forward Together, Bazant created the poster “Protect Kids, Not Guns.” The goal of this poster is to amplify the strong youth-led force speaking out against gun violence and help shift the story of gun control to center on Black Leadership.
March 24, 2018
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 March participant holding a sign that reads "We want lessons not Smith & Wessons." 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "We want lessons not Smith & Wessons [with images of lessons plans and a light bulb]." Smith & Wesson is an American manufacturer of firearms, ammunition and restraints. The company was founded in 1852.
March 24, 2018
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 Demonstrators marching on 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "The power to make a difference comes from us."; "NRA puts profit over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative."; "Enough. Never Again."; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."
March 24, 2018
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 Sign reading "On November 6th I will be voting for change and you should too!" on 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text in signs read, from left to right: "Life. Guns [with an image of the scale of justice ]."; "School is the place where ignorance should die, not our children."; "Impeach the predator and chief. Socialist Alternative. [with an image of Donald Trump that has been crossed out]."; "On November 6th I will be voting for change and you should too! [with a checkmark signifying voting for change]."; "I want to feel safe in school."; "Mums against guns [with the image of four crossed out guns]."; "Ban semi automatic weapons now."
March 24, 2018
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 March demonstrators holding their posters one reading "Mental illness is universal. Mass shootings are American," 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text in signs read, from left to right: "Power to the people [with an image of the Power Puff Girls flying]."; "Spray H20 bullets [with an image of a water gun and a bullet]."; "Mental illness is universal. Mass shootings are American."; "NRA puts profits over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative."
March 24, 2018
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 Protest signs speaking against the NRA, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Nonsensical Rifle Addiction. Get Help [with 'N,' 'R,' and 'A' are emphasized to spell out the acronym for the National Rifle Association]."; "NRA stop killing our kids."; "#Enough. NRA [the acronym for the 'NRA' has been crossed out]."; "Get up. Stand up. Stand up for your rights. Get up. Stand up. Don't give up."; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "Money vs. Lives. #Enough."
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 Protester holding sign reading "How about an abstinence club for guns?", 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Thoughts & prayers don't stop bullets."; "How about an abstinence club for guns?"; "Will you go w/me to my: Prom, Graduation, Funeral [with three words; prom, graduation, and funeral are preceded by empty boxes, the word funeral is checked off]."; "Srsly? [with an image of a gun shooting a foot]."; "Betsy [the name Betsy has been crossed out]."
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 Demonstrator holding a sign that reads "In America, the only thing easier to buy than a gun is a politician." 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "In America, the only thing easier to buy than a gun is a politician."; "Protect kids not AR15s."
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 Three women marching with their signs, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Your thoughts and prayers get us nowhere. Enough is enough. Time for change."; "Our voices are our guns. Our words are our bullets."; "I thought you were pro-life."
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 March demonstrators calling for gun reform legislation, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "No! In the name of humanity. We refuse to accept a fascist America. RefuseRascism.org."; "I thought uou were pro-life. F*ck the GOP [with an image of a crossed out GOP Elephant holding a gun]."; "You can't fix stupid, but you can vote it out. #MarchforOurLives [with a large checkmark filling the sign]." Text on clothing reads: "The future is female." Text on bag reads: "Dissent is patriotic. ACLU." Text on button reads: "Resist."
March 24, 2018
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 Woman carrying sign reading "Republicans - bought and paid for by the NRA" on 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Guns are stupid."; "Enough is enough."; "Impeach now."; "Republicans - bought and paid for by the NRA." Text on clothing reads: "I believe black lives matter, women's rights are human rights, no human is illegal, science is real, water is life, in religious freedom, love is love, kindness is everything."
March 24, 2018
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 Two signs reading "This is an issue of life & death!" and "I march for my past, present and future students" held above march demonstrators, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "This is an issue of life & death!"; "Love and respect for youth."; "$$$ for silence = Congress prostitutes itself to the NRA."; "I march for my past, present & future students."; "Teachers are smart tutors not sharp shooters."; "#Enough."; "We need action." Text on clothing reads: "Thoughts and prayers don't stop bullets."
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 Demonstrators holding their signs above march participants, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "We call BS! Enough is enough. Never again [with and image of Emma González]."; "Teachers are smart tutors not sharp shooters."; "$$$ for silence = congress prostitutes itself to the NRA!"; "#NeverAgain [with an image of a peace sign and a heart]."; 21st Century Weapons, 18th Century Laws."; "Your gun makes you look ugly [with an image of a flower with a sad face]."; "#Enough."; "Protect kids not guns!" Text on clothing reads: "Thoughts and prayers don't stop bullets [with an abridged flag]." Emma González, a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, survived the February 14, 2018 mass shooting. Following the event, González spoke out against gun violence at a gun control rally in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Moreover, four days after the shooting González created a Twitter account to broaden her platform to reach more people in her activism for stricter gun laws. On April 2, 2018 González and four other classmates were on the cover of Time magazine with the word “Enough” written across the cover. The cover was released ahead of the March for Our Lives, the largest student protest in American History. González was largely involved in the organization of the March for Our Lives event in Washington D.C. and spoke at the event.
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 Colorful sign reading "Guns R Stupid," 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Lives over guns. Medical students against guns."; "Lives over guns."; "Guns R Stupid."; Who in your life would have to die from gun violence for you to support gun control? [with an image of six figures running]."
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 Sign reading "Bare feet not arms." 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Bare feet not arms."
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 Protester holding a sign that reads "More school psychologists not more guns." 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "More school psychologists not more guns."; "21st Century Weapons, 18th Century Laws."
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 Three teenagers participating in the March for Our Lives, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "I hope to have as many rights as a gun someday. #GunControl #ProtectOurChildren."; "Protect kids not guns."
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 Demonstrators representing Marysville Pilchuck High School playing drums while marching on 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "NRA puts profit over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative."; "MP Strong. #Enough [with an image of a heart]."; "Armed with ancient wisdom [with an image of the female gender symbol]."; "Why do guns have more rights than my uterus?"; "Books not bullets." MP Strong refers to Marysville Pilchuck High School. On October 24, 2014 there was a shooting at Marysville Pilchuck High School in Marysville, Washington. Jaylen Fryberg, a 15-year-old freshman shot five students, fatally wounding four, before fatally shooting himself.
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 Indigenous people with drums walking on 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Protect kids, not guns [with an image of a person with their hands raised wearing a shirt that reads 'Don't Shoot']."; "Armed with ancient wisdom [with an image of the female gender symbol]."; "Vote to protect school. NEA [with an image of an assault weapon caputured in the 'O' of the word 'vote' which has been crossed out]."; "Books not bullets."; "Stop the violence [with an image of a gun]." Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action. Micah Bazant is a trans visual artist who works with social justice movements to reimagine the world. Bazant’s art work is inspired by struggles to decolonize ourselves from white supremacy, patriarchy, ableism, and gender binary. For this march in collaboration with Amplifier and Forward Together, Bazant created the poster “Protect Kids, Not Guns.” The goal of this poster is to amplify the strong youth-led force speaking out against gun violence and help shift the story of gun control to center on Black Leadership.
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 Signs held aloft on 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "No more NRA blood money [with the acronym NRA crossed out]."; "Teachers against guns in school."; "United States Map. Dying for real solutions [with an image of a map with candles lining the bottom]."; "Violence begets violence. Only light can drive out darkness. Only love can overcome hate."; "Make America not a place where students are killed!"; "We don't have to live like this. We don't have to die like this. #gunreformnow."
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 Banner reading "School kids die, and it'll stay that way... 'long as you vote with the N.R.A.." 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "School kids die, and it'll stay that way... 'long as you vote with the N.R.A. [with an image of an assault weapon]."; "Marlon Bundo wants safe gun laws & kids to be safe #FuckMikePence. Enough is enough [with an image of a Bunny rabbit. Marlon Bundo is the pet rabbit of Vice President of the United States]."
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 Protester with sign reading "I'm not a target" on 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Speak truth to bullshit [with an image of an assault weapon]."; "You know the worst part of today's shootings? The word 'today's'."; "And the children shall lead... [with an image of children marching]."; "I'm not a target [with an image of a gun target practice sheet]."
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 Group of motthers with their children marching on 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Protect people not guns!"; "Kids over guns."; "Doing nothing is a great way to change nothing." Image on sign depicts: Two assault weapons shooting flowers with a peace sign in the bottom left corner [accompanying the image in the bottom right corner is text that reads: "@obeygiant + @amplifierart - register to vote! Text nvragain to rtvote."]. Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action.
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 Woman holding "The whole world's watching" sign on 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Thoughts & prayers don't save lives. Gun reform will."; "Kids who are lucky enough to go to school shouldn't have to feel lucky that they made it home."; "The whole world's watching."; "We (the people) call B.S.."; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "Enough is enough [with an image of a person]."; "Now is the time."
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 Terri McClane participating in the march, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "If I were holding this toy gun today without its packaging I'd be shot. #TamirRice [with a toy gun and a copy of the Constitution attached to the sign]."; "No more complicity."; "I want to feel safe at school."; "It's not about your rights. It's about our lives."; "17 [with an image of a heart]."; "Keep kids safe." Tamir Rice was a 12-year boy who was shot on November 22, 2014 in Cleveland, Ohio. Where two police officer responded to a complaint about a male who was pointing a pistol at random people in a park. When the officers arrived they told Rice to show the officers his hands, but it looked like Rice was pulling out a gun. The officer fired two shots, one hitting and eventually killing Rice. It was later found that Rice was carrying an airsoft gun without the orange safety feature.
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 Two young demonstrators holding signs that read "I can vote in 1,454 days" and "I can vote in 2,431 days." 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "I teach my kinders they are loved."; "I can vote in 1,454 days."; "I can vote in 2,431 days."; "Gun laws > Dress code. Shoulders don't kill people."
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 Tennager holding a sign that reads "Gun laws > Dress Code. Shoulders don't kill people." 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Gun laws > Dress code. Shoulder's don't kill people." Text on clothing reads: "March for Our Lives Seattle. March 24 2018. Enough is Enough [with an image of four figure holding hands]."
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 Woman with sign reading "I'm raising intelligent voters.... so you're fired!" on 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I'm a teacher not a soldier."; "I'm raising intelligent voters.... so you're fired!"; "Women's March Seattle 2018. Resist [with a symbol with an eye]."; "I'm for just plain good sense."
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 Woman holding sign reading "Love not guns. In loving memory of...." on 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Protect kids not guns."; "Please Love not guns. In loving memory of Melissa Moore, Suzanne Thorne, Justin Schwartz, Christopher 'Deacon' Williamson, Jeremy Martin, Jason Travers. Capitol Hill Massacre Seattle, WA. March 25, 2006. Please respect one another... TALK, don't kill!"; "Fear has no place in schools."; "Too many guns = Too many deaths [with an image of a crossed out gun]." The Capitol Hill Massacre occurred on March 25, 2006 in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. The shooting was carried out by 28-year-old Kyle Aaron Huff who killed six and injured one when he opened fire at a house party following a rave event held at the Capitol Hill Arts Center (CHAC) on March 24, 2006.
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 Signs calling for an end to gun violence, 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "ISO. International Socialist Organization. ISO. Don't militarize public education. Pay teachers. Fund Schools. internationalsocialist.org socialistworker.org @socialists_iso [with and image of a closed fist holding a pencil]."; "Stop gun violence now!!! [with an image of a gun]."; "Assault weapons no more! [with an image of a gun]."; "Pew [with the image of a gun being shot]." Text on clothing reads: "Never Again." Image on sign depicts: An image of the Elmer Fudd bent over with his pants down [Elmer Fudd is a popular cartoon character on the Looney Tunes from Warner Bros.. Fudd is the archenemy and hunter of Bugs Bunny].
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 Demonstrator holding a sign that reads "We are not throwing away our shot." 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "We are not throwing away our shot [with an image and logo for 'Hamilton: The Musical.' The figure in this image is holding a sign the reads 'resist' with the inclusion of additional figures]." : The quote on this sign comes from the popular musical Hamilton: An American Musical written by Lin Manuel Miranda. The song referenced is “My Shot.,” which is a song that talks about seizing the opportunity to bring about change. Miranda, the creator of this musical, participated in the March for Our Lives event in Washington, D.C. pairing up with another musical theater activist, Ben Platt. The duo performed a song titled “Found Tonight” which was a mashup with a powerful message and a plan for change. A portion of the proceeds from this song went to the March for Our Live Initiative.
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 Rise Up! Action Band marching on 5th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Unite, act up for change."
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 Rise Up! Action Band and participant speaking into a bullhorn on 5th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads "Protect [with an image of four drawn figures]."
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 Large sign reading "Love resists! UUC Solidarity" held above marchers, 5th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Unite, act up for change."; "Trained as an educator, not a sharp shooter."; "Enough [with an image of a pair of eyes]."; "Right laws save lives."; "Save them [with arrows pointing towards other demonstrators]."; "Love resists! UUC Solidarity [with an image of a heart]."; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "Teachers for student lives." Image on sign depicts: An image of two assault weapons shooting flowers [accompanying the image in the bottom right corner is text that reads: "@obeygiant + @amplifierart - register to vote! Text nvragain to rtvote"]. Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action.
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 March demonstrators holding their signs on 5th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Unite, act up for change."; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "Love resists! UUC Solidarity [with the image of a heart]."; "Teachers from student lives."; "Muskets didn't shoot 950 rounds per minute [with an image of George Washington." Image on sign depicts: An image of two assault weapons shooting flowers [accompanying the image in the bottom right corner is text that reads: "@obeygiant + @amplifierart - register to vote! Text nvragain to rtvote"]. Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a board audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action.
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 Two signs reading "Our kids should be writing their college essays... not their wills!" and "'Ammosexual' Noun: An American who values his fetish for guns over the lives of other Americans." 5th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Our kids should be writing their college essays... not their wills!"; "'Ammosexual' noun: An American who values his fetish for guns over the lives of other Americans [with an image of a crossed out assault weapon]."
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 Demonstrators standing with their signs on 5th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Arms are for hugging."; "If 'people kill people' then y can't we own nuks? [with a pondering emoticon]."; "When I grow up, I want to be: Alive."
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 Demonstrators standing with their signs in front of the Museum of Popluar Culture (MoPOP), Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "My teachers needs a new secretary of education not guns."; "Don't let the pigeon buy an assault rifle! [with an image of a bird]."; "The scariest part of school should be a pop quiz."
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 Indigenous peoples drum circle, Seattle Center grounds, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Black Lives Matter, Indigenous Lives Matter, Kids Lives Matter."
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 Demonstrator standing with signs in front of the Museum of Popular Culture (MoPOP), Seattle Center grounds, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "Impeach the predator in chief. Socialist Alternative [with an image of Donald Trump that has been crossed out]."
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 March participants conversing next to a propped sign that reads "I'm very frustrated with a lack of political Action. Lives over lobbyist." Seattle Center grounds, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I'm very frustrated with a lack of political action. Lives over lobbyists [with the acronym 'NRA' crossed out]."
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 Demonstrators holding their signs in front of the Museum of Popular Culture (MoPOP) at Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Impeach the predator in chief. Socialist Alternative [with an image of Donald Trump that has been crossed out]."; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."
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 Two march participants walking out of Seattle Center at the end of the march, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Arms are 4 hugging! Protect students not guns. #EndGunViolence. [with an image of a group of people standing together]."
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 Participants rallying at Seattle Center at the end of the march, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Teach them to lead and let them lead the way. - Linda Creed."; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "Our lives are not for sales [with the logo for the National Rifle Association crossed out]."
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 Bird's-eye view of demonstrators rallying at Seattle Center grounds, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "And a... child shall lead them. Isaiah 11:6."; "Black Lives Matter."; "Kids Lives Matter."; "NRA puts profits over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative."; "I want to read @ my desk not txt goodbye under it."; "Don't let the NRA take our babies away."; "The wild west is done."; "I'm carrying this sign for the murdered kid who can't. #Enough #neveragain [with the acronym NRA crossed out]."; "Thought, prayers. Policy change [with words 'thoughts' and 'prayers' crossed out]."; "Follow the youth."; "Thoughts, prayers. Action [with the words 'thoughts' and 'prayers' crossed out]."; "Game over NRA."; "Grandmothers Against Gun Violence [with the image of a grandmother holding a child's hand]." <bt>
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 Video of signs created by Socialist Alternative being readied for march demonstrators, Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "NRA puts profits over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative."; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "Impeach the predator in chief [with an image of Donald Trump that has been crossed out]."
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 Video of demonstrators gathering together holding their signs prior to the march in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "If we call schools uteruses will you pay attention to the children dying inside of them?"; "How many more? #enoughalready."; Girls' clothing in school is more regulated than guns in America!"; "Respect my existence or expect my resistance."; "Thoughts & prayers are not bullet proof."; "#Enough is Enough."; "Arms are for hugging."; "Books not bullets."
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 Video of march participants assembling to hear the speakers in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "No! This nightmare must end: The Trump/Pence regime must go!. RefuseFascism.org."; "Impeach the predator in chief. Socialist Alternative [with an image of Donald Trump that has been crossed out]."; "March for our lives [with four figures holding hands]."
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  Video of demonstrators gathering before the start of the rally in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "No! This nightmare must end: The Trump/Pence regime must go!. RefuseFascism.org."; "Impeach the predator in chief. Socialist Alternative [with an image of Donald Trump that has been crossed out]."; "March for our lives [with four figures holding hands]."
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 Video of protesters listening to Seattle march organizers Emilia Allard and Rhiannon Rasaretnam speaking to the crowd in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
The March for Our Lives Seattle was organized by Emilia Allard a 17-year old student at Ballard High School and Rhiannon Rasaretnam a 17-year old student at Tahoma High School. Following the Stoneman Douglas High School mass-shooting Allard and Rasaretnam teamed up in an attempt to organize other student activists seeking an end to gun violence. Both Allard and Rasaretnam noticed the significance of this mass shooting as a turning point, where students needed to step-up and bring awareness to gun violence in order to attain gun reform legislation. In this video Allard speaks about her decision to help organize the Seattle event. Specifically, focusing on her younger school age siblings, one who is autistic, remarking they might not be able to remain calm or hide themselves in a way that will keep them safe.
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 Video of the crowd gathered to hear Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson speak at the rally in Cal Anderson Park, Seattle, Washington
Bob Ferguson is an attorney and politician who is the 18th Attorney General for the state of Washington. Ferguson is committed to protecting the people of Washington against people with powerful interest. Ferguson spoke to March for Our Lives participants about gun reform regulations and the marches local focus which first seeks gun reform locally and then nationally.
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 Video of the beginning of march on E. Pine St. featuring organizers Emilia Allard and Rhiannon Rasaretnam , Seattle, Washington
The March for Our Lives Seattle was organized by Emilia Allard a 17-year old student at Ballard High School and Rhiannon Rasaretnam a 17-year old student at Tahoma High School. Following the Stoneman Douglas High School mass-shooting Allard and Rasaretnam teamed up in an attempt to organize other student activists seeking an end to gun violence. Both Allard and Rasaretnam noticed the significance of this mass shooting as a turning point, where students needed to step-up and bring awareness to gun violence in order to attain gun reform legislation. In this video Allard speaks about her decision to help organize the Seattle event. Specifically, focusing on her younger school age siblings, one who is autistic, remarking they might not be able to remain calm or hide themselves in a way that will keep them safe.
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 Video of the crowd as Brandi Carlile performs "The Times They Are a-Changin' " at the rally in Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
Brandi Carlile is an American folk rock and Americana singer-songwriter who sang at the March for Our Lives Seattle. Carlile was born in Ravensdale, Washington. She has released six-albums, one of which earned her a Grammy nomination. Moreover, Carlile takes part in several activism campaigns, advocating for causes ranging from spreading awareness for mental health issues to women's empowerment.
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 Video of the crowd as Dave Matthews speaks about how gun violence has affected his life prior to performing for march participants, Seattle Center grounds, Seattle, Washington
Dave Matthews is a South African-born American signer songwriter. He is best known as the lead vocalist, songwriter and guitarist for the Dave Matthews Band. Beyond music, Matthews has also acted. In addition, Matthews has won two Grammy awards, one in 1997 for Best Rock Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group and in 2004 for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance. Prior to signing at the March for Our Lives Seattle event, Matthews recounts how he lost both his sister and uncle to gun violence.
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 Socialist Alternative sign reading "NRA puts profits over people; corporate money out of politics," Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "NRA puts profits over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative"
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 "Our politicians are killing us" and "Impeach the Predator in Chief" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Knowledge is power! Fund gun control research"; "Our politicians are killing us"; "Dun with guns! Vote them out!"; "Impeach the Predtor in Chief! Socialist Alternative" [with image of President Donald Trump inside a circle with a line through it]; "Am I next?"; "We need assault rifles like we need a hole in the head"; "21st Century weapons, 18th Century laws"
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 "Their lives mean more than your guns" sign and sign mocking the idea of arming teachers with guns, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Give teachers guns" [with Mocking SpongeBob meme image]; "Their lives mean more than your guns"The Mocking SpongeBob meme uses an image of cartoon character SpongeBob SquarePants to indicate a mocking tone.After the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on February 14, 2018, Republican legislators took action to provide arms to school teachers and other staff. President Donald Trump and the National Rifle Association have supported the proposed laws, but some teachers unions and gun control activists have opposed the legislation.
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 "18th century laws cannot regular 21st century guns" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "18th century laws cannot regulate 21st century guns"
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 "At home and abroad, weapon makers profit, people die!" sign from the Party for Socialism and Liberation, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "At home & abroad, weapon makers profit, people die! Party for Socialism and Liberation"; "#BeTheChnage #IWillMarch" [with peace sign]; "Guns are not school supplies; tax the rich to fully fund schools; Socialist Alternative"; "Remember Rancho Tehama #enough"; "Not one more" [with two red hand prints]"A two-day rampage in Rancho Tehama Reserve, California, resulted in the death of five people with an additional 18 injured over eight separate incidents. Kevin Neal’s spree began on November 13, 2017, when he shot his wife and concealed her body in their home. The next day, he killed his neighbors, stole their car, and used homemade and borrowed guns to fire at random people and vehicles in the area. He proceeded to fire over 100 rounds of ammunition into an elementary school, which had already gone into lockdown. The spree ended when his second stolen vehicle was stopped by Tehama County sheriffs and Neal committed suicide.
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 Orange-lettered "Time to stand up to the NRA" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Another mom against gun violence"; "Gun violence is a public health crisis. Repeal the Dickey Amendment"; "Time to stand up to the NRA"; "Thoughts and prayers [crossed out]; Policy and Change"The Dickey Amendment was introduced in the 1996 federal government omnibus spending bill. It states that “None of the funds made available for injury prevention and control at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) may be used to advocate or promote gun control.” The amendment has been interpreted as functionally banning the CDC from performing gun violence research. A report accompanying the spending bill signed March 23, 2018, clarified that the CDC can conduct research around gun violence.
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 "We will vote you out" sign among signs advocating for children's lives over gun rights, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "We will vote you out"; "Protect kids not guns"; "No NRA $ in politics"
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 "#BeTheChange #IWillMarch" sign and sign with image of a crying eye, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "#BeTheChange, #IWillMarch"; "Remember Rancho Tehama, #enough"Sign depicts: Eye with tear dropA two-day rampage in Rancho Tehama Reserve, California, resulted in the death of five people with an additional 18 injured over eight separate incidents. Kevin Neal’s spree began on November 13, 2017, when he shot his wife and concealed her body in their home. The next day, he killed his neighbors, stole their car, and used homemade and borrowed guns to fire at random people and vehicles in the area. He proceeded to fire over 100 rounds of ammunition into an elementary school, which had already gone into lockdown. The spree ended when his second stolen vehicle was stopped by Tehama County sheriffs and Neal committed suicide.
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 "My sister was shot in Las Vegas. Are my nieces next?" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "My sister was shot in Las Vegas. Are my nieces next? #Enough"; "Protect kids not guns"The October 1, 2017, shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada, resulted in 58 deaths and 851 injured when 64-year-old Stephen Paddock fired into a crowd of people attending a concert. The shooting again raise the issue of the sale of bump stocks, which Paddock used to modify rifles to function similarly to fully automatic weapons. Between 10:05 and 10:15 p.m., 1100 rounds were fired into the crowd from Paddock’s 32nd floor room at the Mandalay Bay hotel. At 11:20 p.m., police entered the shooter’s room to find him dead from a self-inflicted gunshot.
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 Demonstrators with "Enough is enough" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "I am a teacher, not a police officer or a soldier! #Enough #GunReform" [with image of handgun inside a red circle with a line through it]; "Enough is enough"; "We demand change"; "NRA puts profits over people; corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative"; "#Enough is #Enough"After the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on February 14, 2018, Republican legislators took action to provide arms to school teachers and other staff. President Donald Trump and the National Rifle Association have supported the proposed laws, but some teachers unions and gun control activists have opposed the legislation.
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 "Enough is enough" and "We demand change" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Enough is enough"; "We demand change"
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 "I am a teacher, not a police officer or a soldier! #Enough #GunReformNow!" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I am a teacher, not a police officer or a soldier! #Enough #GunReformNow!" [with image of handgun inside a red circle with a line drawn through]After the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on February 14, 2018, Republican legislators took action to provide arms to school teachers and other staff. President Donald Trump and the National Rifle Association have supported the proposed laws, but some teachers unions and gun control activists have opposed the legislation.
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 "How many more?" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
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 "Ban automatic weapons now" and "Republicans: No morals, no backbone. We are coming for you Nov. 2018" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Ban automatic weapons now"; "Republicans: No morals, no backbone. We are coming for you Nov. 2018"
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 "No guns, no shootings" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "No guns, no shootings"
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 "Thoughts & prayers don't save lives. Gun reforms will." sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Thoughts & prayers don't save lives. Gun reform will." [with smeared red handprint]
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 Marchers in orange hats and scarves with an Alliance for Gun Responsibility banner, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Alliance for Gun Responsibility - gun violence is preventable"In 2013 Hadiya Pendleton was shot and killed in Chicago at the age of 15. Pendleton, one week before, had performed at President Obama’s 2nd inaugural parade. Following her death Pendleton’s friends asked for people to stand up, speak out and wear orange to bring awareness to gun violence. The color orange was chosen because it is the color hunters wear to protect themselves and others from harm in the woods. Orange is a bold and highly visible color, and supporters derive strength from this bold color in their efforts to bring about change. June 2nd is National Gun Violence Awareness Day where supporters wear orange in an effort to end gun violence in America.
March 24, 2018
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 Socialist Alternative anti-President Donald Trump and "There should be a background check before the NRA is allowed to buy a senator" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Impeach the Predator in Chief - Socialist Alternative" [with image of President Donald Trump inside a circle with a line drawn through]; "There should be a background check before the NRA is allowed to buy a senator"
March 24, 2018
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 "Not one more, never again, #EndGunViolence" and "Protect kids not guns, gun reform now" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Not one more, never again, #EndGunViolence"; "Protect kids not guns, gun reform now"
March 24, 2018
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 "Arms are for hugging #EnoughIsEnough" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Arms are for hugging #EnoughIsEnough" [written over a large heart]
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 Bright orange "Sharp shooter belong in the military - not the classroom" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Sharp shooters belong in the military - not the classroom"; "#NeverAgain"; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative"After the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on February 14, 2018, Republican legislators took action to provide arms to school teachers and other staff. President Donald Trump and the National Rifle Association have supported the proposed laws, but some teachers unions and gun control activists have opposed the legislation.
March 24, 2018
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 "290+ school shootings since Sandy Hook. Enough!" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "290+ school shootings since Sandy Hook. Enough!"The Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting took place December 14, 2012, in Newton, Connecticut. The event was one of the deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history, and the deadliest at a high school or grade school. Twenty children between six and seven years old, as well as six adult staff were killed at the scene; the shooting was preceded by the shooter’s, Adam Lanza, murder of his mother in her home. He committed suicide at the site as first responder arrived. The shooting raised debate around gun control in the United States, particularly around semi-automatic weapons and gaps in the background check system.
March 24, 2018
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 "Girls' clothing in school is more regulated than guns in America #NeverAgain" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Human life > your hobby"; "Fear has no place in school"; "Girls' clothing in school is more regulated than guns in America #NeverAgain"; "NRA is a terrorist org"Text on clothing reads: "Resist"
March 24, 2018
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 Sign displaying contributions to the National Rifle Association from four United States senators, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Shot thru the [heart] and you're to blame, U give U.S. a bad name; NRA $$$: John McCain, AZ, $7.7M [with image of John McCain]; Roy Blunt, MO, $4.5 mil [with image of Roy Blunt]; Richard Burr, N.C., $6.98 mil [with image of Richard Burr]; Thom Tillis, NC, $4.4 mil [with image of Thom Tillis]"
March 24, 2018
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 "The only thing easier to buy than a gun is a politician" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Impeach the Predator in Chief - Socialist Alternative" [with image of President Donald Trump inside a circle with a line drawn through]; "The only thing easier to buy than a gun is a politician"
March 24, 2018
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 "Hey, hey, NRA, how many kids did you kill today?" and "Old enough to get shot at, but not old enough to have an opinion?" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "You have the right to remain silent but I don't recommend it"; "Hey, hey, NRA, how many kids did you kill today?" [the letter O as crosshairs]; "Old enough to get shot at, but not old enough to have an opinion?"; "Impeach the Predator in Chief - Socialist Alternative" [with image of President Donald Trump inside a circle with a line drawn through]
March 24, 2018
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 Signs protesting the idea of arming school teachers and staff, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alterative"; "Guns have no place in my classroom"After the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on February 14, 2018, Republican legislators took action to provide arms to school teachers and other staff. President Donald Trump and the National Rifle Association have supported the proposed laws, but some teachers unions and gun control activists have opposed the legislation.
March 24, 2018
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 "Never again" and "Enough is enough" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "#NeverAgain"; "We call BS"; "Enough is enough"Never Again MSD was formed by Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students after the February 14, 2018, shooting at the school. The student members fight for legislation targeting the prevention of gun violence. The tags #EnoughIsEnough and #NeverAgain are associated with the group.
March 24, 2018
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 Red-spattered black sign reading "Enough," Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Enough." [in white letters on a red-spattered black background]
March 24, 2018
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 "I just don't want children to die in school" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I just don't want children to die in school"
March 24, 2018
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 Signs advocating for people's lives over gun rights, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Our lives are more important than your guns"; "My students and children are more important than your guns"
March 24, 2018
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 "No more silence, stop gun violence" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "No more silence, stop gun violence"; "No more silence, end gun violence!"
March 24, 2018
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 Young girl sitting on man's shoulders and holding "March for Our Lives" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Harry Potter and the Deadly Hobbies"; "March for Our Lives""Harry Potter and the Deadly Hobbies" may reference the final book's title "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" in the Harry Potter series of books and film.
March 24, 2018
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 Young girl holding "March for Our Lives" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "March for Our Lives"; "Mental illness is universal, mass shootings are American"
March 24, 2018
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 "One child is worth more than all the guns on Earth" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "One child is worth more than all the guns on Earth"
March 24, 2018
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 "Never again" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Racist NRA didn't care about Philando Castile! AnswerCoalition.org"; "Never again"; "Arms are for hugging!"Philando Castile was shot and killed on July 6, 2016 in St. Anthony, Minnesota. After being pulled over by Officer Jeronimo Yanez, Castile informed Yanez he had a firearm in his car. While reaching for his ID the officer shot Castile seven times, ultimately killing him. Yanez was later charged with one count of second-degree manslaughter and two counts of dangerous discharge of a firearm. Yanez was acquitted of all charges on June 16, 2017.
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 Demonstrator with sign reading "This teacher has had enough, #NotOneMore," Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "This teacher has had enough, #NotOneMore"; "NRA puts profits over people. Corporate money out of politics - Socialist Alternative"; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund school - Socialist Alternative"; "Protecting children from mass murder by war weapon should not be controversial"
March 24, 2018
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 Sign depicting orange flowers wrapped around a gun and reading "Ban assault weapons," Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Peace is cheaper"; "Enough"; "Ban assault weapons" [with image of gun and orange flowers]
March 24, 2018
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 "History will be written by our children. They will write: "NRA = terrorism" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "History will be written by our children. They will write: NRA = terrorism"
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 Sign listing the number of victims from recent high profile shootings, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Stoneman 17, Virginia Tech 33, Sandy Hook 28, Columbine 15, Sutherland Spr. 27, Orlando 49, Do you need more proof?"
March 24, 2018
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 "Resist fear, assist love" sign protesting the National Rifle Association, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Resist fear [with image of raised fist], assist love, NRA [crossed out with a red X]"
March 24, 2018
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 "Bullshit," "Mums Against Guns," and "Never again" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Bull" [with image of poop emoji]; "Mums against guns"; "Never again" [surrounded by names]
March 24, 2018
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 "I march so you won't get the call I got. 'Mom, there's a shooter on campus...'" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I march so you won't get the call I got. 'Mom, there's a shooter on campus... [inside speech bubble]'"
March 24, 2018
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 "Marching for our lives" and "1 child's life is worth more than all the guns in the world" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Marching for our lives"; "1 child's life is worth more than all the guns in the world"
March 24, 2018
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 "Guns kill people. It's a feature, not a bug." and "17 too many" signs with signs protesting President Donald Trump in the background, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Signs depict: Hand holding a match to a long red tie like those worn by President Donald TrumpText on signs reads: "Guns kill people. It's a feature, not a bug."; "17 too many"; "The right to bear arms is not greater than my child's right to life" [with image of handgun inside a red circle with a line drawn through]"17 too many" references the 14 students and 3 staff members killed in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. On February 14, 2018, fourteen students and three staff members at the school in Parkland, Florida, were killed by 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz, a former student expelled from the school. Local law enforcement received numerous tips about Cruz’s stated intention to carry out a school shooting over a period of at least two years. The shooting resulted in Florida legislation that required the purchasing age for rifles to be raised from 18 to 21, banned bump stocks, established a process of background checks and waiting periods, and created a program to arm school employees and school police. A group of students who survived the attack created Never Again MSD, an activist group that has held rallies and spurred the March for Our Lives demonstrations.
March 24, 2018
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 "I march for Scott Beigel" and "I call BS on the NRA, on thoughts & prayers, on background check loopholes" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "I march for Scott Beigel" [with image of Scott Beigel]; "The right to bear arms is not greater than my child's right to life" [with image of handgun inside a red circle with a line drawn through]; "Ban semi automatic weapons now"; "I call BS on the NRA, on thought and prayers, on background check loopholes"Scott Beigel was a geography teacher at Stoneman Douglas High School. He was killed while trying to lock the door to a classroom sheltering students.On February 14, 2018, fourteen students and three staff members at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, were killed by 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz, a former student expelled from the school. Local law enforcement received numerous tips about Cruz’s stated intention to carry out a school shooting over a period of at least two years. The shooting resulted in Florida legislation that required the purchasing age for rifles to be raised from 18 to 21, banned bump stocks, established a process of background checks and waiting periods, and created a program to arm school employees and school police. A group of students who survived the attack created Never Again MSD, an activist group that held rallies and spurred the March for Our Lives demonstrations.
March 24, 2018
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 "Arm teachers against weapons of mass destruction. Huh?" and "#enough" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Arm teachers against weapons of mass destruction. Huh? 'F in Civics'"; "#enough"After the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on February 14, 2018, Republican legislators took action to provide arms to school teachers and other staff. President Donald Trump and the National Rifle Association have supported the proposed laws, but some teachers unions and gun control activists have opposed the legislation.
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 "No more silence...end gun violence!" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "No more silence...end gun violence!"
March 24, 2018
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 "Bullets are not school supplies" sign attached to a young boy's jacket, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Bullets are not school supplies" [with image of gun inside a circle with an X over it]
March 24, 2018
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 Signs protesting the National Rifle Association and President Donald Trump, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Demand an end to NRA's tax exempt nonprofit status"; "Impeach the Predator in Chief. Socialist Alternative"
March 24, 2018
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 "Gun control now" and "Books not bullets" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Gun control now"; "Books not bullets"
March 24, 2018
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 "A musket did not fire 600 rounds a minute," anti-National Rifle Association, and "Today I march for my 130 students. I love you, and you deserve to feel safe at school. Enough is enough" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "A musket did not fire 600 rounds a minute!"; "NRA puts profits over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative"; "Today I march for my 130 students. I love you, and you deserve to feel safe at school. Enough is enough."
March 24, 2018
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 Sign reading "Today I march for my 130 students. I love you, and you deserve to feel safe at school. Enough is enough" held high, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "NRA puts profits over people. Corporate money out of politics - Socialist Alternative"; "Today I march for my 130 students. I love you, and you deserve to feel safe at school. Enough is enough."; "21st century weapons, 18th century laws"; "NRA kills teens"; "Enough!"Never Again MSD was formed by Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students after the February 14, 2018, shooting at the school. The student members fight for legislation targeting the prevention of gun violence. The tags #EnoughIsEnough and #NeverAgain are associated with the group.
March 24, 2018
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 "Principals against DeVostation" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Principals against DeVostation"; "NRA puts profits over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative"Betsy DeVos has served as the United States Secretary of Education since February 7, 2017, under President Donald Trump. A wealthy Republican donor, DeVos did not have a background as an educator before being nominated to the position. She has received criticism from Democrats, educators, teachers unions, and civil rights advocates and has made controversial decisions such as rolling back Title IX guidance on sexual assault on campuses, prominently supporting school choice, and failing to support protections for students’ civil rights.
March 24, 2018
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 Sign with child's drawings reading "Girl Scout cookies, no guns," Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Girl Scout cookies, no guns [crossed out]" [with child's drawings]
March 24, 2018
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 Man holding "My daughter is more important that your hobby" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "My daughter is more important than your hobby"
March 24, 2018
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 "If you're old enough to get shot, you're old enough to have an opinion on it" and "Don't shoot!" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "If you're old enough to get shot, you're old enough to have an opinion on it"; "My uterus is more regulated than guns"; "Don't shoot!"
March 24, 2018
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 Sign depicting George Washington with the text "You know this is not what we meant!" Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "You know this is not what we meant!" [with image of frowning George Washington]
March 24, 2018
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 Three orange signs listing gun violence statistics, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Women are 5X more likely to be killed by abusers with guns"; "NRA lobbying spent $135,000,000 1998-2017 - Center for Responsive Politics"; "13,000 homicides/yr. Enough is enough"
March 24, 2018
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 "I support a strict, conservative reading of the Constitution. People can have as many single-shot, muzzle-loading rifles as they want." sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "I support a strict, conservative reading of the Constitution. People can have as many single-shot, muzzle-loading rifles as they want."; "We cann B.S."; "Our clothing in school is more regulated than guns in America"
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 "Nunca mas" and "Students > guns" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Nunca mas [translated from Spanish: No more/never again]"; "Students > Guns"
March 24, 2018
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 "I believe in you(th)" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "I believe in you(th)"
March 24, 2018
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 "Books not bullets" and "Rage against the machine guns" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Books not bullets"; "Rage against the machine guns"
March 24, 2018
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 Man holding sign reading "White, male, Alt-Right: More correlated to gun violence than mental illness. Keep guns away from people who look like me, please!" Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "White, male, Alt-Right: More correlated to gun violence than mental illness. Keep guns away from people who look like me, please!"; "Killing [inside red circle with a line drawn through]"
March 24, 2018
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 "School kids die, and it'll stay that way 'long as you vote with the N.R.A." banner, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "School kids die, and it'll stay that way 'long as you vote with the N.R.A."; "Impeach the Predator in Chief. Socialist Alternative" [with image of President Donald Trump inside a circle with a line drawn through]
March 24, 2018
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 "Ballots stop bullets" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "No! This nightmare must end: The Trump/Pence regime must go! RefuseFacism.org"; "Ballots stop bullets" [written on stop sign in between two boxes labeled "vote," one topped with blue and one with red]"; "Fuck the NRA!"
March 24, 2018
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 "People 1st, not guns" and "Not one more" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "People 1st, not guns"; "Not one more."
March 24, 2018
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 "The NRA is a terrorist organization" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "The NRA is a terrorist organization"
March 24, 2018
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 "Our country has a problem with toxic masculinity" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Our country has a problem with toxic masculinity"
March 24, 2018
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 "600 US men will kill their wives with a gun in 2018" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "600 US men will kill their wives with a gun in 2018"
March 24, 2018
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 "Never again" and "No more silence, end gun violence" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Never again"; "No more silence, end gun violence"Never Again MSD was formed by Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students after the February 14, 2018, shooting at the school. The student members fight for legislation targeting the prevention of gun violence. The tags #EnoughIsEnough and #NeverAgain are associated with the group.
March 24, 2018
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 "Never again. People not guns" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Never again. People not guns"Never Again MSD was formed by Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students after the February 14, 2018, shooting at the school. The student members fight for legislation targeting the prevention of gun violence. The tags #EnoughIsEnough and #NeverAgain are associated with the group.
March 24, 2018
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 "Arms are for hugging" and "Today we march for our lives. On Nov 6 we vote for our lives" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Arms are for hugging"; "Today we march for our lives. On Nov 6 we vote for our lives"
March 24, 2018
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 "EnoughIsEnough" and "Lives over bribes" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
TExt on signs reads: "#EnoughIsEnough...this is not normal"; "Lives over bribes"Never Again MSD was formed by Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students after the February 14, 2018, shooting at the school. The student members fight for legislation targeting the prevention of gun violence. The tags #EnoughIsEnough and #NeverAgain are associated with the group.
March 24, 2018
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 "Congress, our eyes are on you" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Congress, [image of rifle inside red circle with a line drawn through], our eyes, [with two large googly eyes], are on you"
March 24, 2018
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 Six members of Seattle Raging Grannies walking with a banner, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Raging Grannies Seattle" [with Seattle Raging Grannies logo depicting a woman holding up an umbrella]
March 24, 2018
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 "I'm carrying this sign for the murdered kid who can't" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "I'm carrying this sign for the murdered kid who can't, #Enough #NeverAgain, NRA [inside a red circle with a line drawn through]; "Today we march, Novomber we vote"; "Enough of this bullshit"Never Again MSD was formed by Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students after the February 14, 2018, shooting at the school. The student members fight for legislation targeting the prevention of gun violence. The tags #EnoughIsEnough and #NeverAgain are associated with the group.
March 24, 2018
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 "I did earthquake drills in school. My kids do mass murder drills in school" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Impeach the Predator in Chief - Socialist Alternative"; "I did earthquake drills in school. My kids do mass murder drills in school."
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 "Today we march for our lives, November we vote for our lives" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Today we march for our lives, November we vote for our lives"
March 24, 2018
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 Marchers with children carrying "Our lives > your guns" banner, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Our lives > your guns"; "Protect children, not guns"
March 24, 2018
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 "Guns don't vote but we do!" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Guns don't vote but we do!"
March 24, 2018
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 Sign listing the things that teachers need instead of being armed with guns, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Teachers... Need: Books, empathy, school counselors, support, funding, smaller class sizes, microscopes, supplies, tissues, respect, paper towels, time, snacks for students, raises, resources, pencils; Don't need: Guns [with image of handgun inside a red circle with a line drawn through]After the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on February 14, 2018, Republican legislators took action to provide arms to school teachers and other staff. President Donald Trump and the National Rifle Association have supported the proposed laws, but some teachers unions and gun control activists have opposed the legislation.
March 24, 2018
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 Demonstrators playing instruments among the crowd, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools - Socialist Alternative"
March 24, 2018
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 "I'm for just plain good sense" and "I marched in the 60s. I'm still marching in my 60s. I'm furious" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "I'm for just plain good sense" [with image of gun inside a red circle with a line drawn through]; "I marched in the 60s. Still marching in my 60s. I'm furious"
March 24, 2018
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 "Trump is not healthy for children and other living things" and "Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter - MLK" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Books not bullets"; "Trump is not healthy for children and other living things; The NRA is a terrorist organization"; "Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter - MLK"; "Enough is enough!"
March 24, 2018
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 "#Enough" banner, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "#Enough"Never Again MSD was formed by Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students after the February 14, 2018, shooting at the school. The student members fight for legislation targeting the prevention of gun violence. The tags #EnoughIsEnough and #NeverAgain are associated with the group.
March 24, 2018
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 "1 school shooting every 60 hours!" sign with other signs protesting violence in schools, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "We say BS" [written over a target practice human outline with the faces of young people collaged over the head]; "1 school shooting every 60 hours!"; "We rise to end gun violence!"; "Pack lunch not heat"; "I never want to get another 'we're on lockdown' text from my wife again"
March 24, 2018
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 "Arm our teachers with school supplies, not guns" and "Vote out NRA rep$" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Arm our teachers with school supplies, not guns"; "Vote out NRA rep$"After the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on February 14, 2018, Republican legislators took action to provide arms to school teachers and other staff. President Donald Trump and the National Rifle Association have supported the proposed laws, but some teachers unions and gun control activists have opposed the legislation.
March 24, 2018
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 "'Guns don't kill people.' Um...yeah, they do" and "I hate guns & I want to melt them down to make jewelry for transgender vegans - Samantha Bee" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "'Guns don't kill people.' Um...yeah, they do [inside thought bubble from a puzzled face emoji]"; "I hate guns & I want to melt the down to make jewelry for transgender vegans - Samantha Bee"Samantha Bee is a Canadian-American comedian, television host, and political commentator.
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 Sign depicting a bullet next to crayons and reading "Bullets are not school supplies," Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Sign depicts: Cards reading "#NeverAgain" and "Power to the people" being placed into a ballot box labeled "Vote for our lives"Text on sign reads: "Bullets are not school supplies" [with image of bullet next to five colored crayons"Text on clothing reads: "Resist"Never Again MSD was formed by Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students after the February 14, 2018, shooting at the school. The student members fight for legislation targeting the prevention of gun violence. The tags #EnoughIsEnough and #NeverAgain are associated with the group.After the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on February 14, 2018, Republican legislators took action to provide arms to school teachers and other staff. President Donald Trump and the National Rifle Association have supported the proposed laws, but some teachers unions and gun control activists have opposed the legislation.
March 24, 2018
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 Young demonstrator holding "Am I next" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Am I next"; "Your gun has more rights than my uterus"; "Wake up America" [with image of a rifle with a red X overlaid]
March 24, 2018
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 "Paul Lee, SPU, June 5, 2014" and "Ban assault rifles" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Paul Lee, SPU, June 5th, 2014"; "Ban assault rifles"; "Kids before politics"; "Our children are dying"; "Still no serious gun sense legislation?"Paul Lee was the victim of a June 5, 2014, shooting at Seattle Pacific University. Aaron Ybarra planned the attack over the course of several days and injured several others before being peppered sprayed and disarmed by another student.
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 "Your kids get it" sign with image of rifle with a red X over it, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Your kids get it" [with image of rifle with a red X over it]
March 24, 2018
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 Signs protesting the National Rifle Association, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "My 11 year old daughter's death from a brain tumor was in God's hands, not the NRA's!"; "NRA puts profits over people. Corporate money out of politics - Socialist Alternative"; "We can end gun violence"
March 24, 2018
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 "2nd Amendment is obsolete. We had no militia to defend states since the civil war!" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "2nd Amendment is obsolete. We had no militias to defend states since the Civil War!"
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 "We are students, we are victims, we are change" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Vote for our lives"; "Can't believe we still have to protest this shit"; "We are students, we are victims, we are change; it's your right but so is my life" [with two images of rifles inside red circles with lines drawn through]
March 24, 2018
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 "Thank you students! Your courage and passion is an example to law-makers who will not stand up to the gun lobby. Demand change or vote them out" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Thank you students! Your courage and passion is an example to law-makers who will not stand up to the gun lobby. Demand change or vote them out"
March 24, 2018
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 Three young marchers with orange face paint carrying signs stating the importance of students' safety over gun rights, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Guns should bring freedom, not fear"; "One child is [crossed out] should be worth more than all the guns on Earth"; "Students need an automatic right to learn safely"; "NRA or PTA"
March 24, 2018
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 "Stop gun violence" and "March for our loves, kids across the country" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Stop gun violence" [on red background in the shape of a stop sign]; "March for our loves, kids across the country"
March 24, 2018
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 "I want to read books, not eulogies sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Get in formation, Congress!"; "Your silence will not protect you"; "I want to read books, not eulogies"
March 24, 2018
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 Two demonstrators with Seattle Education Association banner and a "Protect kids, not guns" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Seattle Education Association, Salmon Bay, K-8"; "Arms are for hugging"; "Protect kids, not guns"; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools - Socialist Alternative"After the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on February 14, 2018, Republican legislators took action to provide arms to school teachers and other staff. President Donald Trump and the National Rifle Association have supported the proposed laws, but some teachers unions and gun control activists have opposed the legislation.
March 24, 2018
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 Signs against the National Rifle association and supporting keeping guns out of schools, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Racist NRA didn't care about Philando Castile! AnswerCoalition.org"; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools - Socialist Alternative"; "Protect kids, not guns" [with image of young person of color with raised hands and a shirt reading "Don't shoot"]; "Never again, nunca mas!"Philando Castile was shot and killed on July 6, 2016 in St. Anthony, Minnesota. After being pulled over by Officer Jeronimo Yanez, Castile informed Yanez he had a firearm in his car. While reaching for his ID the officer shot Castile seven times, ultimately killing him. Yanez was later charged with one count of second-degree manslaughter and two counts of dangerous discharge of a firearm. Yanez was acquitted of all charges on June 16, 2017. After the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on February 14, 2018, Republican legislators took action to provide arms to school teachers and other staff. President Donald Trump and the National Rifle Association have supported the proposed laws, but some teachers unions and gun control activists have opposed the legislation.Never Again MSD was formed by Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students after the February 14, 2018, shooting at the school. The student members fight for legislation targeting the prevention of gun violence. The tags #EnoughIsEnough and #NeverAgain are associated with the group.
March 24, 2018
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 "Let's try a 'well-regulated' militia for once" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Enough"; "Let's try a 'well-regulated' militia for once"; "Protect"
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 Sign listing recent mass shootings and their death tolls, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "No! Immigrants stay! The Trump/Pence regime must go! RefuseFascism.org"; "Enough is enough; 1. Las Vegas, Oct 2017, 58; 2. Orlando nightclub, June 2016, 49; 3. Virginia Tech, April 2007, 32; 4. Sandy Hook, Dec 2012, 27; 5. Sutherland Springs, Nov 2017, 25; 6. Stoneman Douglas, Feb 2018, 17"; "Not Right for America (NRA)"
March 24, 2018
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 Signs protesting the National Rifle Association and President Donald Trump, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "We are not afraid of the NRA"; "Not Right for America"; "Trump = Fascism"; "We shouldn't have to be afraid to go to school"
March 24, 2018
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 Marchers with signs about the Second Amendment, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Save kids not guns. The 2nd Amendment refers to muskets" [with image of gin inside a circle with a line drawn through]; "'A well-regulated militia' - 2nd Amendment"
March 24, 2018
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 Banner for the Boycott NRA Now organization, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: Boycott NRA now! www.BoycottNRAnow.org" [with image of gun inside a circle with a line drawn through]; "Thoughts and prayers [crossed out], action"; "Down with the NRA cronies & ITMFA too"; "What will it take?"; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools - Socialist Alternative"; "#Enough #Enough #Enough"
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 Signs by individuals from the Bainbridge Island Education Association and University of British Columbia, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "BIEA; Bainbridge Island stands with students"; "UBC Represent! Vancouver CA" [with image of two flowers placed in gun muzzles]
March 24, 2018
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 "Follow the NRA money" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Do now - Ban: Assault weapons, bump stocks; Fund: School counselors, mental health facilities, mental health professionals; Raise: Age to buy guns to 21; Call: State and federal legislators"; "Enough!"; "Follow the NRA money"
March 24, 2018
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 "Children are more important than guns!" banner, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "What's more fun than guns? My sons!"; "Children are more important than guns!"; "Is a child's life worth your gun rights?"
March 24, 2018
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 Demonstrator in white lab coat with "Kids should get shots, not get shot" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Kids should get shots, not get shot" [with drawing of hypodermic syringe]
March 24, 2018
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 "Peace & justice are two sides of the same coin - Dwight Eisenhower" and "Schools, not warzones" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Silence is pro-gun"; "Peace & justice are two sides of the same coin - Dwight Eisenhower"; "End gun violence"; "Schools, not warzones" [with image of rifles radiating out from a peace sign]
March 24, 2018
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 "More love, less guns" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Fear has no place in our schools"; "More love, less guns"
March 24, 2018
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 Sign with a Venn diagram showing a relationship between gun violence, white supremacy, and gun culture, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Sign depicts: Venn diagram with the sections of gun violence, White Supremacy, and gun culture, above the text "#Enough #BLM #NeverAgain"Text on sign reads: "Listen to our youth"Never Again MSD was formed by Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students after the February 14, 2018, shooting at the school. The student members fight for legislation targeting the prevention of gun violence. The tags #EnoughIsEnough and #NeverAgain are associated with the group.
March 24, 2018
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 "Listen to our youth" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Listen to our youth"
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 Demonstrator facing the crowd with two hands raised in the peace sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Respect my existence or expect resistance"
March 24, 2018
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 Child riding the shoulders of a marcher carrying a "Protect kids, not guns" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Respect my existence or expext resistance"; "Protect kids, not guns" [with image of young person of color with raised arms and wearing a shirt reading "Don't shoot"]
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 "Protect what you love" and "We are here to help one another, and we are everywhere" banners held above the crowd of marchers, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Protect what you love"; "No more silence, stop gun violence"; "Enough with this shit"; "Go away, NRA"; "We are here to help one another and we are everywhere"; "Love wins!"
March 24, 2018
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 "Protect what you love" banner above "No more silence, stop gun violence" and "Enough with this shit" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Protect what you love"; "No more silence, stop gun violence"; "Enough with this shit"
March 24, 2018
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 "We are here to help one another, and we are everywhere" banner above anti-gun signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Go away, NRA"; "Protect kids, not guns"; "We are here to help one another, and we are everywhere"
March 24, 2018
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 "We are here to help one another, and we are everywhere" banner, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "We are here to help one another, and we are everywhere"
March 24, 2018
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 "Your child could be next" and "You want to live to be 100? They want to live to see [prom?]" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Your child could be next"; "You want to live to be 100? They want to live to see [prom?]"
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 "Mukilteo 2016," "Protect kids not guns!," and "My Jesus is not a gun toting Republican" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Mukilteo 2016 [with image of purple and green ribbon]; Never again"; "Protect kids, not guns!"; "My Jesus is not a gun toting Republican. #Enough"On July 30, 2016, three people were killed and one injured during a house party shooting in the Mukilteo community of Seattle. The shooter, Allen Christopher Ivanov, was reportedly motivated by a recent breakup with one of the victims, and he referred to himself as a “future shooter” when speaking to a friend several days before the shooting. As Ivanov was able to purchase an assault weapon at the age of 19, the event prompted gun control debates centered on banning the sale of assault weapons and enforcing background checks, among other measures.
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 Demonstrator with orange face paint carrying "Not one more" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Not one more."; "I march for students & common sense gun laws. Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, www.MomsDemandAction.org"
March 24, 2018
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 Lake Washington Education Association over a variety of Socialist Alternative signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Impeach the Predator in Chief - Socialist Alternative"; "NRA puts profits over people. Corporate money out of politics - Socialist Alternative"; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools - Socialist Alternative"; "LWEA - Lake Washington Education Association"; "One child is worth more than all the guns in the world"
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 "Armed with audacity, respect, motivation, empathy, determination, not guns" and "Armed with knowledge, respect, kindness, not guns" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Armed with Audacity, Respect, Motivation, Empathy, Determination, not guns"; "Maslow's hierarchy of needs" [with hierarchy depicted]; "Armed with knowledge, respect, and kindness, not guns"; "In my school there is no reason to shoot! Stop! Stop! Stop!" [with child's drawing of a stop sign with raised arms at the sides]
March 24, 2018
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 Young girl marcher with hand-drawn sign reading "In my school there is not reasong to shoot! Stop! Stop! Stop!" Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Armed with knowledge, respect, kindness, not guns"; "In my school there is no reason to shoot! Stop! Stop! Stop!" [with child's drawing of a stop sign with raised arms at the sides]
March 24, 2018
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 Demonstrators carrying Seattle Education Association banner, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Seattle Education Association, Pathfinder, K-8"; "Protect kids, not guns"; "Stop choosing money over lives! #enough"; "Thoughts and prayers don't save lives"; "Ban assault weapons"
March 24, 2018
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 "45 is broken" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "45 is broken" [with a broken record attached to sign]"45" refers to President Donald Trump, the 45th President of the United States.
March 24, 2018
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 "Disarm hate" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Disarm hate"; "Fear has no place in our schools"
March 24, 2018
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 "Fear has no place in our schools!" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Fear has no places in our schools!"
March 24, 2018
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 Signs advocating for banning assault weapons and implementing gun law chages, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Ban assault weapons now"; "No more assault + bumps, waiting period, 21 or 25, back [check]s" [with mask mounted above sign]
March 24, 2018
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 Signs advocating for gun policy changes and the banning of assault weapons, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Thought and prayers <<<< Policy and change"; "Big problem, simple solution" [with image of handgun inside a red circle with a line drawn through]; "Ban assault weapons"; "Remember when you called us snowflakes? Winter is coming"; "How is there even a debate to protect children from guns? #Enough"; "Don't let the NRA rule. Keep our kids safe at school"; "Am I next?"“Snowflake” is a derogatory slang term used to refer to those perceived to be overemotional, easily offended, and entitled. The term came into popular usage in 1996, but recently has been used most often by those on the political right to refer to their opponents on the political left and to young liberals in particular.
March 24, 2018
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 "Disarm hate" sign and sign advocating for gun legislation changes, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Enough; it is time we demand comprehensive gun legislation now! #Ban assault weapons, #Vote out NRA backed politicians, #Save our children, #Healthcare for all!"; "Disarm hate",br>
March 24, 2018
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 "Make policy or make room; our lives are more important than your money" and "I don't have kids and neither will you without gun reform #EnoughIsEnough" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Texts on signs reads: "Make policy or make room, our lives are more important than your money"; "I don't have kids and neither will you withough gun reform #EnoughIsEnough"; "NRA puts profits over people. Corporate money out of politics - Socialist Alternative"Never Again MSD was formed by Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students after the February 14, 2018, shooting at the school. The student members fight for legislation targeting the prevention of gun violence. The tags #EnoughIsEnough and #NeverAgain are associated with the group.
March 24, 2018
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 "Am I next?" and "Fck NRA" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Am I next?"; "Fck NRA"
March 24, 2018
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 "Youth of America! Look what you did!" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Youth of America! Look what you did!"; "Protect kids, not guns; March 4 Our Lives"
March 24, 2018
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 "One child is worth more than all the guns in the world" and "NRA math: 1 good guy with a gun + 1 bad guy with a gun = 2 guns sold. Not. One. More." signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools - Socialist Alternative"; "One child is worth more than all the guns in the world"; "NRA math: 1 good guy with a gun + 1 bad guy with a gun = two guns sold. Not. One. More."After the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting on February 14, 2018, Republican legislators took action to provide arms to school teachers and other staff. President Donald Trump and the National Rifle Association have supported the proposed laws, but some teachers unions and gun control activists have opposed the legislation.
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 Demonstrator with umbrella bearing written messages including "Teacher calls BS" and a Socialist Alternative sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund school. Socialist Alternative"; "America - we have failed our children! They lead and we stand with them!"; "Grab him by the ballot box"; "Guns kill" [with images of bullet holes and red hand prints]; "Guns need: Checks, Licensing, Insurance, Proficiency, Storage [CLIPS]"; "One child is worth more than all the guns in the world"
March 24, 2018
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 "Grab him by the ballot box" and "Guns kill" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "America - we have failed our children! They lead and we stand with them!"; "NRA puts profits over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative"; "Grab him by the ballot box"; "Guns kill" [with images of bullet holes and red hand prints]
March 24, 2018
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 Signs advocating the protection children from guns, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "My students deserve to be safe"; "Guns need: Checks, Licensing, Insurance, Proficiency, Storage"; "Why tolerate tragedy?"; "How many more?" [with many black and white portraits]; "One child is worth more than all the guns in the world"; "I thought you were pro life"
March 24, 2018
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 "Support gun violence research" sign next to sign listing locations of gun crimes, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "How many more?" [with many black and white portraits]; "I thought you were pro life"; "Support gun violence research"; "Columbine, Pulse Night Club, Sandy Hook Elementary, WA Navy Yard, Aurora theatre, San Bernardino, Luby's, Sutherland Springs, Virginia Tech, Stoneman Douglas H.S., McDonald's, Las Vegas, University of TX tower, GMAC, Camden, Red Lake, [Momentum?] Security, Umpqua CC, Binghamton, Wilkes-Barre, Fort Hood, Edmond Post Office, Geneva County, [illeg.]"
March 24, 2018
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 Sign listing locations where shootings have occurred, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Columbine, Pulse Night Club, Sandy Hook Elementary, WA Navy Yard, Aurora theatre, San Bernardino, Luby's, Sutherland Springs, Virginia Tech, Stoneman Douglas H.S., McDonald's, Las Vegas, University of TX tower, GMAC, Camden, Red Lake, [Momentum?] Security, Umpqua CC, Binghamton, Wilkes-Barre, Fort Hood, Edmond Post Office, Geneva County; How many more before proper gun control?"
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 "Pay attention and vote!" and "Ban assault weapons. Have courage" signs, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Pay attention and vote!"; "Thoughts [crossed out], prayers [crossed out], action"; "Ban assault weapons, have courage"; "Want to play with big guns? Join the military!"
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 Demonstrator in purple outfit riding a bike bearing a sign reading "End gun violence. Ban all assault weapons," Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs reads: "Want to play with big guns? Join the military!"; "End gun violence, ban all assault weapons"
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 "Let us harden not our hearts to the voices of our schoolchildren" sign, downtown Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Let us harden not our hearts to the voices of our schoolchildren [with an image of a flag]."; "March for Our Lives [with an image of four figures holding hands]."; "Save lives ban assault weapons."; "Not one more [with an image of a peace sign]."
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 March participants holding their signs in downtown Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "What will it take? Steve + Terri Standley 3-14-18, Katie Hill 8-9-02 [with an image of a heart]."; "You can't fix stupid but you can vote it out! [with the words 'vote it out' underlined for emphasis]."; "Are my students next? Not Right America [with the letter 'N, R, and A' highlighted]."; "Why does anyone need an assault weapon?" Image on sign depicts: Three politicians including Donald Trump featured above the logo for the National Rifle Association and a pile of money." Steven and Theresa (Terri) Standley were shot and killed on March 14, 2018. Steve and Terri’s 21-year-old son, Jared Standley, is suspected of shooting and killing his parents. Jared Standley was noted as having “anger issues” and following the shooting he was arrested and booked on aggravated murder charges. Jared Standley faces life in prison without parole. Katie Lynn Hill a 36-year old lawyer from Seattle was visiting Washington D.C. and attending one of the world’s largest pen shows in August of 2002. Following dinner, on August 9, 2002, Hill was shot and killed by an apparent robber near the Takoma metro stop in Washington.
March 24, 2018
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 March demonstrator holding a sign that reads "Kids have the right to feel safe" in downtown Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Black Lives Matter [with an image of a raised fist]."; "Kids have the right to feel safe."; "Protect me, not your guns [with an image of a gun]."; "Parkland students are heroes."
March 24, 2018
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 Sign reading "Old enough to get shot at, but not old enough to have an opinion." Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Old enough to get shot at, but not old enough to have an opinion?"
March 24, 2018
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 "Have the courage to be the change you want to see in the world!" sign, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "Have the courage to be the change you want to see in the world!"; "Concerned mom."; "NRA puts profit over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative." Text on clothing reads: "Women's March Seattle. January 2017 [with the logo for the Women's March]."
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 March participants heading down Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "You have the right to remain silent, but I don't recommend it."; "Nonsensical Rifle Addiction [with the letters 'N, R, and A' highlighted to emulate the acronym for the National Rifle Association]." Image on sign depicts: An anime character.
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 Demonstrators holding their signs as they turn on Pine St. to march down 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Not one more. #NeverAgain."; "Ban assault weapons [with an image of an assault weapon surrounded by flowers]."; "5 million NRA members do not control 323 million Americans." Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a broad audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action. Raychelle Duazo is the designer of the “Ban Assault Weapons” poster that was distributed by Amplifier for the March for Our Lives. Duazo is a queer femme Filipina-American visual artist from the Pacific Northwest. Her work focuses on themes of love, heartbreak, loss, memory, identity and place. Currently, she is an active member of “The HAND,” a Seattle-based comic artist collective.
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 Demonstrators marching accompanied by participants playing drums, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Common sense isn't so common."; "Enough is enough. March for Our Lives [with an image of four figures holding hands]."; "Thoughts and prayers don't stop bullets."; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "Enough."; "Black Lives Matter, Indigenous Lives Matter, Kids Lives Matter." Text on clothing reads: "MP Strong. #Enough [with an image of a heart]." On October 24, 2014 there was a shooting at Marysville Pilchuck High School in Marysville, Washington. Jaylen Fryberg, a 15-year-old freshman shot five students, fatally wounding four, before fatally shooting himself. The MP in the phrase “MP Strong” refers to Marysville Pilchuck High School.
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 Demonstrator holding a sign that reads "Black Live Matter, Indigenous Lives Matter, Kids Lives Matter." Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "There should be a background check before the NRA is allowed to buy a senator. - Alex Baze."; "Thoughts and prayers won't stop a bullet [with an image of a bullet]."; "Black Lives Matter, Indigenous Lives Matter, Kids Lives Matter."; "Never Again."; "Impeach the predator in chief [with an image of a crossed out Donald Trump]."; "NRA puts profit over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative." Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a broad audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action. Chanelle Librada Reyes is the designer of the “Never Again” poster issued by Amplifier. Reyes, a 23 year old, took part in the Amplifier contest to create posters for the March for Our Lives, which emphasized the leading role student activist have taken in the gun reform debate. Reyes used the words “Never Again” as a representation of the various times these words have been said following a mass school shooting. Here “Never Again” shows how Parkland students have used this to generate support for gun reform.
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 March participants holding their signs aloft, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "With Parkland and all our youth."; "NRA [with the acronym for the National Rifle Association crossed out]."; "Today I march for my 130 students. I love you, and you deserve to feel safe at school. Enough is enough."; "Ban assault weapons [with an image of an assault weapon surrounded by flower]."; "Keep your war zone out of our schools." Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a broad audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action. Raychelle Duazo is the designer of the “Ban Assault Weapons” poster that was distributed by Amplifier for the March for Our Lives. Duazo is a queer femme Filipina-American visual artist from the Pacific Northwest. Her work focuses on themes of love, heartbreak, loss, memory, identity and place. Currently, she is an active member of “The HAND,” a Seattle-based comic artist collective.
March 24, 2018
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 Sign reading "Disarm white men." Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Disarm white men."
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 "Congress our eyes are on you" sign, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Enough."; "Congress our eyes are on you [with an image of a crossed out assault weapon and a pair of eyes]."; "Protect kids, not guns [with an image of a person with their hands raised wearing a shirt that reads 'Don't Shoot']." Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a broad audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action. Micah Bazant is a trans visual artist who works with social justice movements to reimagine the world. Bazant’s art work is inspired by struggles to decolonize ourselves from white supremacy, patriarchy, ableism, and gender binary. For this march in collaboration with Amplifier and Forward Together, Bazant created the poster “Protect Kids, Not Guns.” The goal of this poster is to amplify the strong youth-led force speaking out against gun violence and help shift the story of gun control to center on Black Leadership.
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 Young demonstrator holding a sign that reads "People 1st not guns." 4th Ave. and Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "Ban assault weapons."; "NRA puts profits over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative."; "People 1st not guns [with an image of a crossed out gun]."
March 24, 2018
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 Two signs reading "Protect children, not guns" and "Lunch bags not body bags." Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Protect children, not guns."; "Lunch bags not body bags."
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 Sign calling attention to mass school shooting victims, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Hey congress. The NRA is paying for the rags to wipe the blood off your hands [with several politicians names]."; "We march for you [with the years 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, and 2004 listed with the names of mass school shooting victims]."
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 March participants wearing orange to bring attention to National Gun Violence Awareness, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Love resists! UUC Solidarity [with an image of a heart]."; "#Enough."; "Honor people, not guns."
March 24, 2018
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 Sign illustrating the power of voting to bring about gun reform legislation, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "NRA $ ? -Vote- Them out."; "Your guns do not keep us safe! In schools, in theaters, in malls, in clubs, in homes, at all! [with an image of a gun barrel with GOP and NRA written on it]."; "Gun violence is a public health crisis."
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 Demonstrators filling the streets holding their protest signs near the Paramount Theater, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Girls clothing in schools is more regulated than guns in America."; "Vote out NRA puppet republicans."; "Fear has no place in our schools."; "Hey, congre$$ stand up to the NRA. Where is your moral courage? Just say no to $. Talk to your public."
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 Sign that reads "Fear has no place in our schools,", Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Fear has no place in our schools."; "No more silence, end gun violence."
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 Demonstrators marching with the signs raised near the Paramount Theater, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Protect our kids, not guns."; "Thoughts and prayers are not bullets."; " Respect my existence or expect my resistance."; "Grandmother marching for their lives. Axel, Ollie, Rilie [with images of grandchildren]."; "Girls' clothing in schools is more regulated than guns in America!"; "Arm us with a safe education. #NeverAgain."; "Vote out NRA's puppet politicians!"; "Never Again. Saint Barnabas. Bainbridge Island [with and image of a church and the outline of Bainbridge Island]." Text on clothing reads, from left to right: "March for Our Lives Seattle. March 24, 2018. Enough is Enough [with an image of four figures holding hands]."; "#Enough."
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 Demonstrator holding a sign that reads "#Enough. The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a congressman with a spine." Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "#Enough. The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a congressman with a spine."
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 Signs decrying mass school shootings, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "People shouldn't have to fear going to school [with two red hand prints]."; "Virginia Tech, Sandy Hook, Stoneman Douglas. Enough is enough."
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 Sign reading "People shouldn't have to fear going to school." Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "People shouldn't have to fear going to school [with two red hand prints]."; "Virginia Tech, Sandy Hook, Stoneman Douglas. Enough is enough."
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 Two young demonstrators holding their green and red signs, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Books not bullets!"; "Guns don't kill people. People kill people!"
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 Black and red sign reading "You can stop a bad guy with a gun... .", Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "You can stop a bad guy with a gun... ."
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 March participant with orange stripes painted below their eyes holding a protest sign, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Thoughts/prayers. Policy + change. This. is. the. future. [with the words 'thoughts/prayers' crossed out with arrows pointing towards the words 'policy + change']." In 2013 Hadiya Pendleton was shot and killed in Chicago at the age of 15. Pendleton, one week before, had performed at President Obama’s 2nd inaugural parade. Following her death Pendleton’s friends asked for people to stand up, speak out and wear orange to bring awareness to gun violence. The color orange was chosen because it is the color hunters wear to protect themselves and others from harm in the woods. Orange is a bold and highly visible color, and supporters derive strength from this bold color in their efforts to bring about change. June 2nd is National Gun Violence Awareness Day where supporters wear orange in an effort to end gun violence in America.
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 Sign reading "As a girl, I hope to have as many rights as a gun someday." Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "As a girl, I hope to have as many rights as a gun someday."
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 "This is not a moment, it's a movement" sign, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "NRA puts profits over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative."; "This is not a moment, it's a movement." The quote on this sign comes from the popular musical Hamilton: An American Musical written by Lin Manuel Miranda. The song referenced is “My Shot,” which is a song that talks about seizing the opportunity to bring about change. Miranda, the creator of this musical, participated in the March for Our Lives event in Washington, D.C. pairing up with another musical theater activist, Ben Platt. The duo performed a song titled “Found Tonight” which was a mashup with a powerful message and a plan for change. A portion of the proceeds from this song went to the March for Our Live Initiative.
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 Red sign pointing out the discrepancy between dress code regulations and guns laws, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Girls' dress codes are more restricted than guns [with an image of an eye]."
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 Yellow sign requesting the protection of children, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Protect kids not guns."
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 Sign with a quote from Dr. Seuss, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Unless someone like U cares a whole awful lot nothings going to get better. It's not! Dr. Seuss"
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 Demonstrator holding sign reading "Hey De Vos grizzlies @ school? WTF!" Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Hey De Vos grizzlies @ school? WTF!"; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the right to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "Fuck the NRA [with an image of two hands with the middle finger raised]."; "Never Again."; "Enough." Betsy Devos is an American business woman, philanthropist and government official. Currently DeVos is serving as the 11th and current United States Secretary of Education. She was appointed to her current position in 2017. The reference on the sign captured here refers to a comment DeVos made during her confirmation hearing before the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee when asked if guns belong in schools. In response to the question DeVos said that it is up to locales and states to decide, citing one case where there might be a gun in a school in order to protect students from grizzly bears.
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 Young demonstrator holding a sign that reads "Change gun laws or change congress. #Enough #Enough #Enough #Enough." Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Change gun laws or change congress. #Enough #Enough #Enough #Enough."
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 "Not one more" sign, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Not one more [with images of a drawn heart, moon, star and flower."
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 Signs speaking against gun violence in downtown Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "#Enough!"; "Free to be at gun point [with an image of a gun]."; "March for our Black Lives [the word 'our' has been crossed out]."
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 Woman with sign reading "How many more?", Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Our students deserve better!"; "Gun violence is a public health issue."; "Girls' clothing is more regulated than guns in America. #NeverAgain"; "How many more?"; "My students are afraid at school + I'm angry!! #Enough. NO sales of semi-auto-rifles to general public. No hi-capacity magazines. Advanced background checks!! 21 yr, olds law re:purchase."
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 March demonstrators walking amid a sea of signs, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "No more silence, end gun violence."; "Schools are for learning not lockdowns."; "#NeverAgain [with an image of a flower]."; "Gun violence is a public health issue."; "Our students deserve better!"; "Girls' clothing is more regulated than guns in America. #NeverAgain."
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 Sign with a quote by a young student speaking about active shooter drills in school, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "The class is supposed to stand on the back of the wall. But I decided to stand in front of the class, because I want to take the bullet and save my friends... Talking about this makes me feel sad, but you raised a good person. Dezmond, Age 10, Fifth grade, Active Shooter Drill. Houston, Texas USA, 2018.
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 "One is illegal, one is not" sign, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "One is illegal, one is not: Dodgeball or GUNS, Little Red Riding Hood or GUNS, Kinder egg or GUNS. #notonemore."
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 Two cardboard signs reading "Reject NRA blood money" and "I pack lessons, not pistols." Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Reject NRA blood money. #NeverAgain [with an image of a circle with a line through it]."; "I pack lessons, not pistols."
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 Sign reading "There should be a background check before the NRA is allowed to buy a senator," Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "There should be a background check before the NRA is allowed to buy a senator."
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 Signs emphasizing how concerned teachers are for students safety, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Enough is enough is enough."; "I'm a teacher not batman! No guns in schools."; "What if they breakdown our door? -From my classroom."; "I just want to teach."
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 Sign reading "Schools, not warzones." Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Schools, not warzones [with an image of assault weapons surrounding a peace sign]." Studio Number One challenges the way people think about their purpose and environment. Their mission is to change the way people experience media in an urban landscape. Studio Number One was founded in 2003 by Shepard Fairy. SNO is the creator of the “Schools, Not Warzones” poster issued by Amplifier. Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a broad audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action.
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 "Vote the NRA out of congress" sign, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Vote the NRA out of congress [the acronym NRA is dripping blood]."; "Thoughts & Prayers. Policy & Change [the words 'Thoughts & Prayers' have been crossed out]."
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 Sign showing support for the youth who are seeking gun reform legislation, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "The kids are right! Help them make the change we need. End gun violence."
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 Signs highlighting the importance of children's lives over assault weapons, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Guns are not school supplies."; "What's more fun than guns? My sons!"; "Our grandchildren's safety outweighs your right to an assault rifle [with an image of the scales of justice and the acronym NRA crossed out]."
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 Two participants wearing shirts that read "We can end violence" Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Never Again."; "The NRA is a terrorist organization."; "Guns are not as important as peoples lives."; "Schools, not warzones." Text on clothing reads: "We can end gun violence." Text on buttons read, from left to right: "We call BS."; "Moms Demand Action for Guun Sense in America."; "Survivor. 1.6.17 Fort Lauderdale Airport."; "Survivor." The Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International shooting occurred on January 6, 2017 in Broward County, Florida. The shooting happened near the baggage claim in Terminal 2. Five people were killed in the mass shooting and another six were injured. Ultimately 36 people sustained injuries as a result of this shooting. The suspect, Esteban Santiago-Ruiz was taken into custody within 90 seconds after he started shooting because he ran out of ammunition. On May 23, 2018 he pleaded guilty to the shooting. Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a broad audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action. Chanelle Librada Reyes is the designer of the “Never Again” poster issued by Amplifier. Reyes, a 23 year old, took part in the Amplifier contest to create posters for the March for Our Lives, which emphasized the leading role student activist have taken in the gun reform debate. Reyes used the words “Never Again” as a representation of the various times these words have been said following a mass school shooting. Here “Never Again” shows how Parkland students have used this to generate support for gun reform. Studio Number One challenges the way people think about their purpose and environment. Their mission is to change the way people experience media in an urban landscape. Studio Number One was founded in 2003 by Shepard Fairy. SNO is the creator of the “Schools, Not Warzones” poster issued by Amplifier.
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 March participant wearing an orange shirt to bring awareness to gun violence, Westlake Park, Seattle, Washington
In 2013 Hadiya Pendleton was shot and killed in Chicago at the age of 15. Pendleton, one week before, had performed at President Obama’s 2nd inaugural parade. Following her death Pendleton’s friends asked for people to stand up, speak out and wear orange to bring awareness to gun violence. The color orange was chosen because it is the color hunters wear to protect themselves and others from harm in the woods. Orange is a bold and highly visible color, and supporters derive strength from this bold color in their efforts to bring about change. June 2nd is National Gun Violence Awareness Day where supporters wear orange in an effort to end gun violence in America.
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 "Never Again" sign, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Vote NRA $$$ out."; "Never Again [with images of the 17 victims from the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting]."; "Protect kids, not guns. #Enough."; "Enough is enough. We can find solutions!"
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 Sign reading "No patriotic gun owner would be a member of today's NRA" held aloft, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read: "Abolish nuclear weapons. www.gzcenter.org."; "Our youth, our future."; "Fear has no place in school."; "NRA [the acronym for the National Rifle Association is crossed out]."; "No patriotic gun owner would be a member of today's NRA [with the logo for the National Rifle Association]."; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "Enough."; "Never Again."; "My sister was shot in Las Vegas. Are my nieces next? #Enough."; "Thoughts [written on a sign that symbolizes the American flag, in the field of blue are the numbers '13, 12, 49, 17, 26, 58, 32, 9, 14, 9, 12, 13, and 26' used to represent the number of victims from past school shootings]."
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 March participants holding sign drawn as an American flag with bullet holes, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "My sister was shot in Las Vegas. Are my nieces next? #Enough."; "Thoughts [written on a sign that symbolizes the American flag, in the field of blue are the numbers '13, 12, 49, 17, 26, 58, 32, 9, 14, 9, 12, 13, and 26' used to represent the number of victims from past school shootings]."; "#Enough. Protect kids not guns [with drawn stick figures holding hands]."; "Prayers [this poster is part of a pair lined up with the sign in this image that reads 'Thoughts']."; "1 child's life is worth more than all the guns in the world [with an image of a globe]."
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 March participant holding a sign that reads "My sister was shot in Las Vegas. Are my nieces next? #Enough." Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Enough is enough!"; "Schools, not warzones [with an image of assault weapons surrounding a peace sign]."; "My sister was shot in law Vegas. Are my nieces next? #Enough."; "Thoughts [written on a sign that symbolizes the American flag, in the field of blue are the numbers '13, 12, 49, 17, 26, 58, 32, 9, 14, 9, 12, 13, and 26' used to represent the number of victims from past school shootings]."; "Fear has no place in school." Text on clothing reads: "Everytown survivor network." Text on button reads: "Survivor." Studio Number One challenges the way people think about their purpose and environment. Their mission is to change the way people experience media in an urban landscape. Studio Number One was founded in 2003 by Shepard Fairy. SNO is the creator of the “Schools, Not Warzones” poster issued by Amplifier. Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a broad audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action. Everytown for Gun Safety is a movement that seeks to end gun violence and build safer communities in America. A part of this organization is the Everytown Survivor Network which empowers survivors to share their stories, build communities of support, and take action to spare other families pain. Gun violence survivors through this organization are empowered to share their stories and become leaders in support of common sense gun laws.
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 Demonstrators holding their signs at Westlake Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Learning target: "I can use evidence to explain that more guns lead to more deaths. Protect kids, not guns [with a graph that illustrates the amount of gun related deaths per 100,000 and how many guns per 100 people, in a large circle is several dots accompanied by the phrase 'other countries' and an isolated large dot with the phrase 'USA']."; "Toxic masculinity kills."; "Arm teachers with... Not... [images of a pencil, book and light bulb are seperated with the word 'Not' from a gun]."; "Make America safe again."
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 Sign reading "Are my students next? Not right America" held above march participants, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Vote out the NRA."; "My arms are for hugging."; "Are my students next? Not right America [the letters 'N, R, and A' are highlighted to represented the acronym for the National Rifle Association]."
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 Sign decrying violence in schools, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "School is the place where ignorance should die, not our children." Text on sticker reads: "Trump/Pence must go! Every day, Everywhere, Everyone. In the streets until they're gone. RefuseFascism.org."
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 March participants holding their signs up at Westlake Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "NRA puts profits over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative."; "#NeverAgain. I believe in life, liberty and the pursuit of common sense."; "Well-regulated militia ≠ AR-15s killing children."; "The NRA is a terrorist organization."
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 Three demonstrators near Westlake Park holding their march signs, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Protect kids, not guns."; "People over profit [with the word 'profit' crossed out]."; "Pro life +Pro NRA = Hypocrite. Bah, Ram, Jay, Dickey [with an image of a sheep]."
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 Sign reading "You have the right to remain silent, but I don't recommend it." Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "You have the right to remain silent, but I don't recommend it."; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."
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 Sign reading "No NRA, No KKK, No fascist USA." Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "No NRA, No KKK, No fascist USA."; "Never again, never again, never again."; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."
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 "Badge of $hame" sign, Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Badge of $hame [with the crossed out symbol of the National Rifle Association]."; "Republicans. No morals, no backbone. We are coming for you Nov. 2018."; "Enough is enough. Protect the kids."
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 Demonstrator holding sign reading "Republicans. No morals, no backbone. We are coming for you Nov. 2018," Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Thoughts and prayers are not enough."; "Republicans. No morals, no backbone. We are coming for you Nov. 2018."
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 Sign explaining schools are a place for learning no lockdowns, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Schools are for learning not not not not not not lockdowns. Books not bullets. Mercer Middle School. Student safety. Counselors stand with you always. Keep fighting 3-24-18."
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 Sign requesting the protection of children, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Enough is enough. Protect the kids."
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 Sign reading "Sorry for the inconvenience, we are changing the world" held aloft, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Sorry for the inconvenience we are changing the world."
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 Woman holding a sign reading "If you believe an AR-15 is a right but not healthcare you are part of the problem," Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "We need smarter gun laws now."; "Guns are not schools supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "Impeach the predator in chief. Socialist Alternative [with an image of Donald Trump that has been crossed out]."; "Black Lives Matter, Indigenous Lives Matter, Kids Lives Matter."; "If you believe an AR-15 is a right but not healthcare you are part of the problem." Text on clothing reads: "Protect me."
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 Signs calling for gun reform legislation, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Not one more. #NeverAgain."; "Thoughts & prayers are not enough. Our nation must act. -Senator Cory Booker." Text on clothing reads: "Protect kids, not guns." Cory Anthony Booker is an American politician who is serving as the Junior United States Senator from New Jersey. He has held this position since 2013. Prior to his current position as Senator, Booker served as the 36th Mayor of Newark. Senator Booker is the first African-American Senator from New Jersey.
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 Indigenous people with drums participating in the march, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Thoughts and prayers won't stop a bullet [with an image of a bullet]."; "Protect kids not guns."; "Bare feet not arms [with images of feet]."; "We need smarter gun laws now."; "Enough."; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."
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 March participant holding a sign that reads "Black Lives Matter, Indigenous Lives Matter, Kids Lives Matter." Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Black Lives Matter, Indigenous Lives Matter, Kids Lives Matter."
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 March participant holding sign reading "Planned parenthood is not profiting off the deaths of children... you're thinking of the NRA," Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Why do guns have more rights than my uterus."; "Planned parenthood is not profiting off the deaths of children... you're thinking of the NRA."; "Protect kids, not guns [with and image of a figure with hands raised wearing a shirt that reads 'Don't Shoot']." Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a broad audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action. Micah Bazant is a trans visual artist who works with social justice movements to reimagine the world. Bazant’s art work is inspired by struggles to decolonize ourselves from white supremacy, patriarchy, ableism, and gender binary. For this march in collaboration with Amplifier and Forward Together, Bazant created the poster “Protect Kids, Not Guns.” The goal of this poster is to amplify the strong youth-led force speaking out against gun violence and help shift the story of gun control to center on Black Leadership.
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 Sign reading "During our last non-drill lockdown, I read your children short stories to distract them while I listened for gunshots and screaming. Stop. #enough." Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "NRA puts profits over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative."; "During our last non-drill lockdown, I read your children short stories to distract them while I listened for gunshots and screaming. Stop. #enough."
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 Group of protesters near Westlake Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "#ArmMeWith books not bullets."; "We should all feel safe in schools."; "Actually... guns really do kill people!"
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 Demonstrators holding their signs above fellow marchers, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "No! In the name of humanity we refuse to accept a fascist America. RefuseFascism.org."; "To the revolution."; "We should all feel safe in schools."; "Actually... guns really do kill people!"; "Disarm the [with an image of a gun] vote 'em out!"; "Guns make killing easy."
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 March participants holding their signs above fellow participants near Westlake Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "NRA puts profits over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative."; "We thought, we prayed, now we act!"; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."; "If I am old enough to get shot. I am old enough to talk about gun control [with an image of a crossed out gun]."; "I deserve to feel safe at school. #BooksNotBullets."; "Maximize regulations. Minimize fear. Ban Assault weapons!"; "Ban Assault Weapons."
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 Red sign reading "Sacrifice the guns not the people." Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Sacrifice the guns not the people."; "Ban assault weapons."
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 March participants seeking an end to mass school shootings, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "It's easier to get a gun than mental health."; "Glue guns belong in the classroom, not AR-15s."; "Arm our teachers with books not bullets."; "Ballots over bullets. GHS '19. Go Bulldogs."; "Demilitarize kindergarten."
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 Sign reading "All we are saying is give kids a chance!" Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "All we are saying is give kids a chance [with the words 'kids' underlined]."; "Vote for gun control [with an image of a gun in the letter 'O' in the word vote]."; "Abolish nuclear weapons. www.gzcenter.org."
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 Young demonstrator holding a sign that reads "Enough is enough." Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "This needs to Stop."; "No more gun violence."; "Enough is enough [with a crossed out an assault weapon]."
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 Green ban the NRA sign, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Abolish nuclear weapons. www.gzcenter.org."; "NRA puts profits over people. Corporate money out of politics. Socialist Alternative."; "It's bananas! B-A-N-A-N-R-A [with the letters "N, R, and A highlighted]."; "Arms are for hugging."
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 Sign listing the victims of past mass shootings, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Hey congress. The NRA is paying for the rags to wipe the blood off your hands [with several politicians names]."; "Vote."; "We march for you [with the years 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, and 2004 listed with the names of mass school shooting victims]."
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 Signs decrying mass school shootings, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "ABC, 123 don't shoot me."; "No wall, no raids, no war. Resist Trump. Socialist Alternative [the words 'wall,' 'raids' and 'war' crossed out and replaced in all three instances by the word 'gun']."; "Teachers with guns?!?! What kind of wild-west money-fueled bull$hit is this??!? [with an image of an assault weapon]."
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 Sign denouncing the NRA, Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "N. R. A. = No Response Allowed [with the equal sign depicted by two bullets]."
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 Sign reading "If you: Take NRA money. We will: Vote you out." Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Never again."; "If you: Take NRA money. We will: Vote you out."; "Fight sexism, racism, and homophobia. Socialist Alternative."; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."
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 Woman carrying sign reading "NRA, get your filthy hands off my kids," Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "NRA, get your filthy hands off my kids."; "Guns are not school supplies. Tax the rich to fully fund schools. Socialist Alternative."
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 Demonstrator holding a sign that reads "Arming teachers to shoot their own students is not a solution. It's a nightmare." Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Arming teachers to shoot their own students is not a solution. It's a nightmare."
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 Demonstrator holding a sign that reads "Let us live." Pine St., Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Let us live [with an image of a person with their arms raised accompanied but multiple raised arms]."
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 Sign suggesting that teachers should not be armed, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Respect my existence or expect my resistance."; "Don't militarize teachers."; "Books not bullets."
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 Demonstrators holding signs that seek to end to mass school shootings, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Inaction is not an option. Never Again."; "Gun regulation now. Never again."; "No more guns of war [with an image of a peace sign covering an assault weapon]." Image on sign depicts: The image of of two assault weapons shooting flowers and a peace sign in the lower left corner [accompanied with text reading "@obeygiant + @amplifierart - register to vote! Text nvragain to rtvote"]. Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a broad audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action.
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 March participant holding a sign that reads "Stop killing my peers." Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read from left to right: "At home & abroad weapon makers profit, people die! PSL Party for Socialism and Liberation."; "No more guns of war [with an image of a peace sign over an assault weapon]."; "Stop killing my peers."; "Thoughts and prayers are not enough. Stand up! Speak out!" Image on sign depicts: Two assault weapons shooting flowers with a peace sign in the lower left corner [accompanied with text reading "@obeygiant + @amplifierart - register to vote! Text nvragain to rtvote"]. Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a broad audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action.
March 24, 2018
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 Three march participants wearing the color orange to bring awareness to gun violence, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Good guy with a vote [with an arrow pointing down to the person holding the sign]."; "Guns make small men feel big."; "Not one more [with an image of two raised fists and an 'X']." Amplifier is an organization that facilitates and funds collaborative media experiments between contemporary artists and grassroots movements. The goal is to reach a broad audience through individuals who carry the signs created through Amplifiers collaboration with graphic artists. All of Amplifiers artwork is free in order to help inspire change in communities, schools, and through action. Natalie Dettmer is the graphic designer for the “Not One More” poster seen at the March for Our Lives. This poster was created in partnership with Amplifier. Dettmer is a senior art major in the School of Art, Art History & Design at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Dettmer won a national poster contest sponsored by Amplifier and Adobe Project 1234 to create posters for the March for Our Lives. She was one of three designers to win this contest and was able to attend the March for Our Lives event in Washington, D.C. where over 15,000 copies of her poster were handed out. In 2013 Hadiya Pendleton was shot and killed in Chicago at the age of 15. Pendleton, one week before, had performed at President Obama’s 2nd inaugural parade. Following her death Pendleton’s friends asked for people to stand up, speak out and wear orange to bring awareness to gun violence. The color orange was chosen because it is the color hunters wear to protect themselves and others from harm in the woods. Orange is a bold and highly visible color, and supporters derive strength from this bold color in their efforts to bring about change. June 2nd is National Gun Violence Awareness Day where supporters wear orange in an effort to end gun violence in America.
March 24, 2018
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 Sign reading "2nd Amendment = You are bringing a gun to a drone fight." Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "2nd Amendment = Your are bringing a gun to a drone fight." In 2013 Hadiya Pendleton was shot and killed in Chicago at the age of 15. Pendleton, one week before, had performed at President Obama’s 2nd inaugural parade. Following her death Pendleton’s friends asked for people to stand up, speak out and wear orange to bring awareness to gun violence. The color orange was chosen because it is the color hunters wear to protect themselves and others from harm in the woods. Orange is a bold and highly visible color, and supporters derive strength from this bold color in their efforts to bring about change. June 2nd is National Gun Violence Awareness Day where supporters wear orange in an effort to end gun violence in America.
March 24, 2018
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 Sign reading "Need a gun? Really? Really? If, so... www.lockitup.org. Lock Box," Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Need a gun? Really? Really? If, so... www.lockitup.org. Lock Box. March for Our Lives 03/24/2019 Seattle, WA [with and image of a gun in a lock box]."; "Banned in 1988 after 3 kids died... So yeah... we are coming for your AR-15s. Both are toys [with an image of two arrows in a bulls eye]."
March 24, 2018
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 "My right to learn is worth more than your right to bear arms" sign, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Save your 'Thoughts & Prayers' Regulate guns now or get out."; "Prayers don't save lives. Gun reform will."; "My right to learn is worth more than your right to bear arms."; "Enough AR-15s [with the phrase 'AR-15s' crossed out]."; "Responsible rights 4 life." Text on bucket reads: "Let's do this." In 2013 Hadiya Pendleton was shot and killed in Chicago at the age of 15. Pendleton, one week before, had performed at President Obama’s 2nd inaugural parade. Following her death Pendleton’s friends asked for people to stand up, speak out and wear orange to bring awareness to gun violence. The color orange was chosen because it is the color hunters wear to protect themselves and others from harm in the woods. Orange is a bold and highly visible color, and supporters derive strength from this bold color in their efforts to bring about change. June 2nd is National Gun Violence Awareness Day where supporters wear orange in an effort to end gun violence in America.
March 24, 2018
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 Demonstrator with child in stroller holding a sign that reads "Enough AR-15s." Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Enough AR-15s [with the phrase 'AR-15s' crossed out]."
March 24, 2018
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 Woman holding sign reading "Can we please put the smart people in charge now?" , Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Responsible rights 4 life."; "Can we please put the smart people in charge now?"
March 24, 2018
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 Demonstrators marching amidst a sea of signs near Westlake Center, Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "Don't militarize public education. ISO International Socialist Organization [with an image of a clasped fist holding a pencil]."; "Enough is enough."; "NRA $ ? -Vote- Them out."; "Guns do not keep people safe! In schools, in theaters, in malls, in clubs, in homes, at all! [with an image of the barrel of a gun with the acronyms GOP and NRA]."; "Pay teachers, fund schools. ISO International Socialist Organization [with an image of a clasped fist holding a pencil].
March 24, 2018
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 Demonstrators holding a sign that reads "Don't militarize public education. Pay teachers, fund schools." Seattle, Washington
Text on sign reads: "Don't militarize public education. Pay teachers, fund schools. ISO International Socialist Organization. InternationalSocialist.org socialistworker.org [with an image of a clasped fist holding a pencil]."
March 24, 2018
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 Demonstrators standing on the curb as the march continues ddown 4th Ave., Seattle, Washington
Text on signs read, from left to right: "We do not consent."; "NRA $ ? -Vote- Them out."; "Guns do not keep people safe! In schools, in theaters, in malls, in clubs, in homes, at all! [with an image of the barrel of a gun with the acronyms GOP and NRA]."; "Gun violence is a public health crisis. Repeal the Dickey Amendment." The Dickey Amendment was passed in 1996. It mandates that funds made available for injury prevention and control at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) cannot be used to advocate or promote gun control. On March 23, 2018 President Donald Trump signed into legislation that the CDC can conduct research into gun violence.
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  • Subject Terms :
  • Demonstrations--Washington (State)--Seattle--Photographs
  • Gun control--United States
  • Photograph collections--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • School shootings--United States--Prevention
  • Student protesters--Washington (State)--Seattle--Photographs
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  • University of Washington. Libraries--Catalogs
  • Other Creators :
    • Personal Names :
    • Colman, Jamie R (photographer)
    • Kinsey, Kristin (photographer)
    • Lamar, Katherine L (photographer)
    • Medlin, John (photographer)