Follow SFNS to “March for Our Lives” starting Friday

2018-03-29T14:56:17+00:00 March 22nd, 2018|March For Our Lives, Parkland|

After 17 students and staff died following the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, young people in Parkland and elsewhere have been urging for gun reform laws — culminating in a “March for Our Lives” rally in Washington, DC on Saturday.

It has become a global movement, with more than 800 events held in cities worldwide, including locations in Europe, South America and Asia. Nearly a dozen will be held in South Florida alone.

The South Florida News Service is covering the marches here and in the nation’s capital. Mobilizing MSD Alumni provided eight seats on a bus headed to Washington, DC Friday morning. The overnight ride arrives in the nation’s capital at about 5 a.m. Saturday, in time for the noon start of the rally. The bus returns to South Florida at 11 p.m. that same day, returning to Coral Springs at about 3 p.m. Sunday.

In addition, nearly a dozen editors and reporters will be following the events in South Florida, from Kendall to West Palm Beach. To see our continuous coverage, follow us on Twitter and hashtag #MarchWithFIU for the latest updates.

— South Florida News Service 

South Florida Coverage

Christian Perez

Paul Martinez
Yesenia Perez

Miami Beach
Jessica Barrios

North Lauderdale
Judith Alcegueire

Dianne Morales
Gerard Albert

Pembroke Pines
Isabell Vasquez

West Palm Beach
Jaylin Hawkins

Gabriel Poblete
Hugo Ottolenghi

Washington, DC Coverage 

Alondra Bodden
Maria Gil
Adrian Nones-Newman
Jessica Armella
Pablo Chillida
Vicky Salas

Dan Evans
Neil Reisner