In another Al Fresco edition, Claremont Speaks went to the corner of Indian Hill and Foothill (Claremont's Protest Grounds of Choice) during the "Indivisible Claremont/March for Our Lives" demonstration by many of Claremont's dedicated activist citizens - some are or were teachers - about solving gun violence, controlling/eliminating assault rifles, our ineffective gun laws and enforcement, and the country's politicians who seemingly sub-optimize everything around their own self-interests over those that elected them.
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Claremont Courier Article:
Indivisible Claremont FaceBook Page
March for Our Lives Website:
Note: This was recorded outside, on a busy street corner, where horn-honking is encouraged. At some points during the recording, the sound quality may suffer somewhat , and there may be evidence of an unfortunate but necessary edits.
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