A sea of purple could be seen Thursday afternoon in downtown Columbus for the sixth annual "We Are the Majority" rally and march.More than 100 high schools, communities and youth groups from across Ohio brought nearly 2,000 teenagers to Columbus for the event that promotes drug and alcohol-free living. There was a rally on the river, then the group marched to the State House to show legislators their passion and desire to vote in the near future. Harmin Ellis, with Drug Free Action Alliance, said it creates motivation in today's youth to make a positive change."These young people are motivated," he said. "These young people care about themselves, they care about their communities, they want to be a part of those conversations...
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2,000 teenagers march in downtown Columbus for "We Are the Majority"