WASHINGTON — Protesters gathered on Tuesday near the White House to denounce hate and demand action after two mass shootings killed a total of 31 people over the weekend. 

Civil rights and gun reform groups gathered at Lafayette Square in D.C. for an anti-hate rally.  

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During the rally, protesters urged President Donald Trump and Congress to fix the nation's gun laws and denounce acts of mass violence. 

The following groups participated in the rally: 

•    Voto Latino

•    The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights 

•    MoveOn 

•    Labor Council For Latin American Advancement

•    United We Dream

•    Service Employees International Union 

•    Planned Parenthood Action Fund

•    NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund

•    American Federation of Teachers

•    Muslim Advocates

•    March for Our Lives

•    Human Rights Campaign

•    Interfaith Alliance

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