Travis Stoker | The Seahawk
Nearly 2,000 Wilmington residents and UNC Wilmington students took part in the international March for Our Lives protests on Saturday. Armed with signs and their own voices, protestors advocated for gun control in the wake of recent mass shootings which, in the past six months, left 58 dead at a Las Vegas music festival and 17 dead in a high school in Parkland, Florida. For photos of the event, see the gallery below.
Read here for more on Saturday’s protests in Wilmington.