Where and when will the march take place?
Before the march, organizers are asking everyone to convene at the San Francisco Civic Center Plaza at 1pm. There will be a rally from 1-2:45pm followed by a march down Market Street. Be sure to join the Facebook group for updates.
What is the route?
UPDATE: The route begins at the Civic Center and will continue down Market Street, ending at the Ferry Building Marketplace.
How do I get there?
Since roads will be closed around the Civic Center, your best bet is to take the BART or MUNI (depending on where you're coming from) to the Civic Center stop and walk over. Also, Lyft is offering free rides with the promo code MFOLSF.
Are signs allowed?
Yes! And if you don't want to make your own, you can download and print out some options right here.
What should I wear?
The weather is looking pretty nice for a march on Saturday (sunny with a high of 54), so no need to bundle up. And though the route isn't finalized yet, a march will happen so you'll want to be sure to wear comfortable shoes.
Should I bring anything?
Definitely that sign you made/printed out! And then a few other things like water, sunscreen, and a small snack. It could be difficult to exit the march once it starts as thousands are expected to turn out and show support. Aside from those necessities, your phone is the most important tool here. Social media helped elevate this movement and you can continue to keep the momentum going.
How else can I show my support?
If you can't make it out to the march but still want to help out, there are numerous ways to do so. You can donate March for Our Lives Action Fund or sign this petition in support of a federal ban on the sale of assault weapons like those used in Parkland, Las Vegas, Orlando, and Sandy Hook.
You can also get involved with the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence which will list out all the California chapters working to make a difference and pass the right bills in the legislature.
And, of course, stay active on social media. It's a powerful way to speak out and be heard. Use the #MarchForOurLivesSF, #ThrowThemOut, and #Enough hashtags to keep everyone updated. For more info, check out the official march FAQ right here.
Editor's note: If you're travelling to other cities or have friends who want to get involved in the marches, check out our guides for NYC, Washington D.C., Miami, Los Angeles, and Chicago.