Making a statement on gun violence at ACL Fest 2017

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Seen walking toward the Beer Hall on the first day of Austin City Limits Music Fest, was Logan Cassidy from Ohio, who held an American flag and a sign that read, “End mass shootings. We’re not afraid of you.”

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Logan Cassidy of Ohio, who works in sales at Dell Technologies, holds up a sign as part of the Walk for Vegas effort on Oct. 6, 2017, at Austin City Limits Music Festival

Cassidy, who said he works for Dell Technologies, said he’s marching every day around 2 p.m. from Austin City Hall to the festival to promote his message as part of an effort called Walk for Vegas. Cassidy said we shouldn’t live in fear because of the “Weak and cowardly.”

He said he’ll continue walking from City Hall every day of the fest.

Author: Omar L. Gallaga

Omar L. Gallaga is a technology culture writer for the Statesman's tech website 512tech. He's been at the Statesman as a reporter and editor since 1997. He also is co-host of "Statesman Shots," our weekly Austin culture podcast. He's written for Rolling Stone, the Wall Street Journal, Television Without Pity, and NPR's "All Things Considered." He's also a staff TV writer for

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