March for our Lives – Redding

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North state students joined the nation Saturday during a March For Our Lives rally.  It’s estimated  that more than 600 people gathered near the Sundial Bridge for an outcry for stricter gun control laws.

The march stretched about 2 miles along Highway 44 from Riverside Park to Hilltop Drive.

The event started around 6 p.m. with student speakers, such as students Lauren, Mary, Zach and Matthew (in the photo) delivered passionate speeches out of solidarity with and show of support for Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, the site of a shooting that left 17 killed and 17 injured.

Steve DuBois
For many years Steve DuBois has enjoyed taking photos of his dogs in interesting and unusual places. He created a photo book of his dogs especially for the children at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, where he donated several copies. He loves that the kids enjoy seeing his dogs photographed in unusual ways. Steve says his dogs have been his photographic inspiration and motivation, but sometimes he tries his hand at nature shots, such as the photos he captured of the north state’s 2017 flooding, published here on A News Cafe.com. Steve DuBois lives in Redding.
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