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Arizona 'March For Our Lives' Protesters Hold Die-In At Capitol
Arizona “March For Our Lives” protesters held a die-in in the executive tower on the second anniversary of the Pulse nightclub massacre that killed 49 people and injured 53 others. Dawn Motley is an organizer for the protest.
“Today we’re here because people’s lives were taken unfairly, not just in Pulse obviously, but in many other respects. Today we are here to pay respect and honor the victims of Pulse with action,” said Motley.
Motley read the names of those who were killed in the rampage in Orlando, Florida. A few pro-gun counter protesters attended Tuesday’s protest.