From the opening notes of "Rise Up" sung by Andra Day to the final good-byes, the entire program was very meaningful and extremely moving. Each and every speaker -- ranging from nine-year-olds to nineteen-year-olds -- was effective, eloquent, and real -- and as evidenced by the vicious and sickening attacks on them by the NRA, the conservative press, and the 2A trolls, it is clear that these young people are making a difference.
Check out many of our pictures from the event below. On the left: The main stage was very near the Newseum with the first amendment displayed on the exterior of the building.
Below left and right: Donald Trump fled Washington in fear for Nightmar-a-lago for the weekend. However, before he left, and and bro-friend Vlad Putin installed an Impenetrable Cyber Security Unit outside the National Gallery of Art -- near the main stage of the March for Our Lives -- so they could monitor the event and the speeches (click the images to enlarge).