Hundreds March In Downtown Everett

March 24, 2018

Everett

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The crowd was estimated at around 800.

Estimates came in at around 800 for the number of people participating in the “March For Our Lives” rally today in downtown Everett. The event started at 1:00 PM at the plaza at the county courthouse in downtown Everett. There was a brief speech by Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin and one of the young organizers of the March and then the crowd headed out of the plaza onto Pacific, down Broadway to Hewitt, west on Hewitt to Rucker, south to Pacific and back to the plaza for a rally. The march stayed mainly on the sidewalk and due to the size of the crowd spread out over more than a dozen blocks in length. There were no incidents according to Everett Police. Here are a few MyEverettNews.com photos taken this afternoon.

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Adults began showing up around 12 Noon to get things set up.

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The majority of the crowd was made up people no longer in school.

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The March left the county courthouse and went east on Pacific.

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After the March several hundred people stayed for a rally and speeches.



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