Protestors gathered at the Wisconsin Capitol on June 11, 2022 to protest against gun violence and in favor of gun control.
Madison-area students affiliated with March For Our Lives, a national student-led gun control advocacy organization, led the protest. A number of the students, as well as community members, activists and gun violence survivors spoke to the crowd.
The protestors marched down State Street to Library Mall, where a moment of silence was held for victims of gun violence. After a few more speeches, the protestors marched back up State Street to the Capitol building.
Despite the pouring rain, a large crowd of protestors remained throughout the event hoping to seek an end to gun violence.
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