A coalition of gun-control advocacy groups held a news conference Thursday in McPherson Square before marching to lobbying firms that have represented the National Rifle Association. They brought with them large checks written to the firms for the amounts the NRA had paid them.
Protesters stand outside the office building that houses Crossroads Strategies, a lobbying firm that received money from the National Rifle Association.(Chet Susslin)
Gun-safety advocate Cliff Schecter moderates the kickoff event in McPherson Square before the march on the lobby firms.(Chet Susslin)
Police guard the entrance to the office building where Crossroads Strategies is located while protesters shout slogans outside.(Chet Susslin)
Tina Hsu, right, and her nine-year-old daughter attend the rally in McPherson Square.(Chet Susslin)
Patricia Jefferies, the grandmother of Brishell Tashe Jones, talks to reporters in McPherson Square. Jones was fatally shot in the head in Washington in 2010.(Chet Susslin)
Protesters hold signs against the NRA in McPherson Square before marching to some lobby firms that had represented the pro-gun-rights group.(Chet Susslin)