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Harford student recalls 'powerful' and 'emotional' March for Our Lives in D.C.

Harford student recalls 'powerful' and 'emotional' March for Our Lives in D.C.

The March for Our Lives in Washington, D.C. was “just a very powerful and a very emotional thing” for C. Milton Wright High School senior Kiera Fyffe, who took part in the event with friends and neighbors.

“It honestly surpassed my expectations,” the 18-year-old Bel Air resident said Sunday.

Fyffe said she has participated in two other marches in the nation’s capital in the past year — the Women’s March held the day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration last January and then the March for Racial Justice on Sept. 30, 2017 — but Saturday’s march was “just a little different” because it was led by students.

Marchers flooded Pennsylvania Avenue, the site of the day’s...

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