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Organize a March For Our Lives: 50 Miles More Event in Your State (If You’re a High School Student)

Are you a student? Organize a March for Our Lives: 50 Miles More event in your state.


In late March 2018, a group of about 50 high school students in Wisconsin marched from Madison to Janesville, the home base of Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, to protest Congressional inaction on common-sense gun laws.


The students were inspired by March for Our Lives, the movement started by the survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas attack in Parkland, Florida, as well as the 1965 Selma to Montgomery civil rights march, which spanned 54 miles.


Their website states the following demands:

  • Military-style weapons, and all weapons of war, should be banned from civilian society.
  • All accessories that turn semi-automatic weapons into automatic weapons, such as bump stocks, should be banned.
  • Four day waiting period on all gun purchases.
  • Require background checks on all gun sales.
  • Raise the legal purchasing age of all guns to 21.


The Wisconsinites completed their march on March 28. Now they’re asking their peers in other states to follow their example and host similar events before the mid-term elections in 2018.


If you are a high school student who wants to plan a march in your home state, fill out the form on the page below, and someone will contact you:


Host your own #50MilesMore march:



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