March For Our Lives - Prescott photo gallery

Prescott High School 18-year-old senior Jonathan Palmer and his mother Amy Palmer participate in March For Our Lives on Saturday, March 24, 2018, in downtown Prescott. More than 1,500 marched Saturday to bring awareness to changes in gun safety. Prescott Indivisible, Yavapai Democrats, Democratic Women of Prescott and MadShirtz put the rally together. (Courtesy photo submitted by Bonnie Dann)

Prescott High School 18-year-old senior Jonathan Palmer and his mother Amy Palmer participate in March For Our Lives on Saturday, March 24, 2018, in downtown Prescott. More than 1,500 marched Saturday to bring awareness to changes in gun safety. Prescott Indivisible, Yavapai Democrats, Democratic Women of Prescott and MadShirtz put the rally together. (Courtesy photo submitted by Bonnie Dann)

On Saturday, March 24, 2018 more than 1,500 people marched in downtown Prescott to join 837 events worldwide in the March for Our Lives.

The events were organized to bring awareness to changes in gun safety.

Prescott Indivisible, Yavapai Democrats, Democratic Women of Prescott and MadShirtz put the local rally together that gathered at the Yavapai County Courthouse Plaza.

March for Our Lives (MFOL) came about after the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 dead and 17 wounded on Feb. 14. The MFOL website states this event is, “a call to the nation’s leaders to take action and pass legislation on gun safety in schools.”

See related story: Prescottonians to march in solidarity with students everywhere

Click the image at left or here to view the galley