Only about 30 students showed up for a “die-in” at the Arizona Capitol on Tuesday. The small group was “honoring” the victims of the radical Islamist mass shooter at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando two years ago.
March for Our Lives organized the event. According to Cronkite News, “The students met on the Capitol lawn at about 1 p.m. before walking into the Capitol’s Executive Tower and lying on the floor, shoulder-to-shoulder.”
March for Our Lives held a die-in at the Capitol in April as well. That protest drew students from across the state.
Dawn Motley, a student and member of March for Our Lives, according to Cronkite News, said March for Our Lives’ next steps involves “getting to the polls.”