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  1. march definition: 1. an event in which a large number of people walk through a public place to express their support. Learn more.
  2. © March For Our Lives Site by Wide Eye Creative. Splash Signup Form Pledge to use #OurPower. We are the voices you can’t ignore. We are the young people committed to ending gun violence in our schools, in our communities, in our nation. This is about reclaiming our futures.
  3. Jul 02,  · Word of the unity march spread quickly through social media and coverage from the local media fanned interest. The student-athletes handled the logistics and the women’s basketball team pitched in by making 80 posters to post around town. Two days after the initial conversation between Togiai and Crane, more than 1, people marched.
  4. Led by Martin Luther King, Jr., the march was the culminating event of several tumultuous weeks during which demonstrators twice attempted to march but were stopped, once violently, by local police. As many as 25, people participated in the roughly mile (km) march.
  5. March definition, to walk with regular and measured tread, as soldiers on parade; advance in step in an organized body. See more.
  6. Defund the Police. The Women’s March is proud to support The Movement for Black Lives in their call to #DefundPolice. Defunding the police is a feminist issue because black, poor, immigrant and undocumented women are disproportionately targeted, abused and murdered by police.
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  8. march on 1. To continue walking or marching forward. We had no choice but to march on, despite the rain. 2. To continue doing something or making progress. We've run into a few problems with the software, but we're still marching on to meet our December deadline. 3. To move forward unabated or unhindered. Each day marches on, and before we know it, we.

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