March For Our Lives

Kelechi Ihejirika

The way the March was projected it seemed that the audience was full of teenagers, but it only made up 10% of the people in attendance.
“Contrary to what’s been reported in many media accounts, the D.C. March for Our Lives crowd was not primarily made up of teenagers,” Fisher wrote. “Only about 10 percent of the participants were under 18,” University of Maryland sociology professor, Dana R. Fisher, writes to the Washington Post.
I feel the majority of the people that were in attendance were adults representing their children. But I also believe that the BLM movement is a little confused as to why this march was made for gun violence in schools when blacks have been suffering from gun violence in their neighborhoods, homes, streets, cars, etch It is not fair. Still, the march was well funded and had a great turnout with wonderful posters.