Tens of thousands rally against gun violence in Washington, across U.S.
By Ted Hesson
4 minute read
massacre at an elementary school
0 seconds of 2 minutes, 15 secondsVolume 0%
Gun control advocates hold nationwide protests
WASHINGTON, June 11 (Reuters) – Tens of thousands of demonstrators descended on Washington and at hundreds of rallies across the United States on Saturday to demand that lawmakers pass legislation aimed at curbing gun violence following last month’s massacre at a Texas elementary school.
Reporting by Ted Hesson; Additional reporting by Trevor Hunnicutt in Los Angeles and Makini Brice in Washington; Writing by Joseph Ax; Editing by Aurora Ellis and Daniel Wallis
You have reached your article limit
Register for FREE to continue using Reuters.com
Free registration gives you access to:
Unmatched, global, round-the-clock news
Hand-picked insights that are easy to find and use
Our Daily Briefing newsletter, delivering the day’s headlines right to your inbox
Already registered? Sign in
Terms & Conditions apply
Are you a Thomson Reuters legal customer? Learn more
Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
More from Reuters
‘Important’ Americans understand what happened Jan 6. -BidenJan. 6 attack was ‘clear, flagrant violation’ of Constitution -BidenJan 6 the ‘culmination of an attempted coup’ -Rep. ThompsonCheney to GOP: ‘Your dishonor will remain’Capitol riot hearing shows Trump allies, daughter rejected…Trump ‘gave no order’ to defend Capitol on Jan 6 -Cheney‘It was carnage’ -Officer Edwards describes Jan 6 ‘chaos’Capitol riot hearings: Trump accused of coup attemptBlinken ‘deplores’ the loss of U.S.-Palestinian journalistBiden expects more modest hiring after ‘excellent’ jobs report
Reuters Daily Briefing
Subscribe to our daily newsletter to get all the news you need to start your day.
92 total views