On Saturday, March 24, the Coalition for Peace Action was actively involved with several of the Marches for Our Lives. These rallies took place across the nation, standing with the survivors of the Parkland, Florida school shooting, and calling for substantial gun safety reform. CFPA sent 70 people from Princeton to the D.C. March on charter buses, and co-sponsored the Princeton, Doylestown, and Philadelphia local events. 

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Princeton, NJ
co-sponsored by CFPA, and featuring speaker Rev. Robert Moore, CFPA's Executive Director. Over 4,000 attended, making it the largest Princeton rally in at least 25 years!

(Photos by Anna Savoia)

March for Our Lives Princeton 2The Rev. Robert Moore speaks to crowd at Princeton's March for Our Lives, standing next to Ceasefire NJ's Legislative Director, Dolores Phillips. 

Doylestown, PA
co-sponsored by CFPA's BuxMont Chapter 

100000005817328(Photo Credit: Mike Maney)

Philadelphia
"Thousands of Philadelphians and area students, parents, and friends marched on March 24th, as part of the 800+ cities where people marched for our lives, in solidarity with the Washington march that day. We all need to keep fighting for change. Go Philly Marchers!" - Ed Aguilar, for CFPA Pennsylvania 

 

Westfield, NJ
Rev. Bob Moore spoke to a crowd of 1,000 Saturday morning, before heading to the Princeton rally.


 

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