March for Our Lives   
Saturday, March 24, 2018
MLK's young granddaughter excites crowd at March for Our Lives - ABC News
Yolanda Renee King spoke at the rally in Washington, D.C.
People across the country come together to condemn gun violence - ABC News
In New York City, protestors marched from Central Park to Times Square. 
Student issues warning to NRA at March for Our Lives rally - ABC News
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student Delaney Tarr says the NRA wants "to be back on top, unquestioned in their corruption."
Teens march on Washington, D.C., to end gun violence - ABC News
ABC News' David Wright talks with students at March for Our Lives rally about the movement's goals.

Rallying Cry of 'Vote Them Out' Fuels Gun March - Associated Press
In a historic groundswell of youth activism, hundreds of thousands of teenagers and their supporters rallied in DC against gun violence Saturday, vowing to transform fear and grief into a "vote-them-out" movement and tougher gun laws. (March 24)
MLK Granddaughter: 'Enough is Enough' - Associated Press
The March for Our Lives in the nation's capital on Saturday produced powerful moments from students, all under 20-years-old, calling for gun reform. (March 24)
Young DC Marchers Fighting for Their Future - Associated Press
Tens of thousands swarmed into the nation's capital to march for gun control and ignite political activism among the young. Teenage marchers are pledging to vote in November for candidates that will listen to their cries for gun control. (March 24)
Olivia Holt: gun control march an 'iconic moment in our generation' - Associated Press
At a WonderCon event for her latest show "Cloak and Dagger," actress Olivia Hold talks about attending the March for Our Lives. (March 24)

Why this mass shooting is different - the evidence - BBC
Mass school shootings typically reignite the US gun control debate until the topic gradually fizzles out. That paradigm changed after Parkland, Florida. Here's why.

March for Our Lives protesters rally for gun control reforms - CBC News
March for Our Lives protesters in cities across the United States are rallying for stiffer gun control laws. Student survivors of the Florida shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School gave testimonials and calls to action in front of hundreds of thousands in Washington, D.C
Ariana Grande, Lin-Manuel Miranda support March for Our Lives - CBC News
Singer Ariana Grande and Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda are among those performing in Washington at the March for Our Lives protest. They're showing their support for students demanding tougher gun laws in the U.S.

"March for Our Lives" attracts Amy Schumer, Sen. Elizabeth Warren among hundreds of thousands - CBS News
Amy Schumer spoke in Los Angeles, Sen. Elizabeth Warren marched in Boston. Hundreds of thousands of people in different areas of the country came together to support the #MarchforOurLives movement on Saturday.
Paul McCartney joins "March for Our Lives" in NYC
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Paul McCartney says he's just "lending his voice" to the "March for Our Lives" movement: "Every week you hear about a new shooting, and nothing is done about it." 
Rep. John Lewis is "proud" of his "F" rating from NRA - CBS News
U.S. Rep. John Lewis, D-Georgia, who marched with Martin Luther King Jr. in Selma, told March for our Lives protesters in Atlanta that he's "proud" of his "F" rating from the NRA.
Celebrities join March for Our Lives rallies across the world - CBS News
Celebrities joined the hundreds of thousands of people all over the world to demonstrate against gun violence. Here are some of the famous faces in the crowd.
Sam Fuentes: "Our mission is simple, our ambitions unbeatable"
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Parkland shooting survivor Sam Fuentes told the March for our Lives: "Our mission is simple, our ambitions unbeatable"
Alex King: "Without resources, issue of violence will not be resolved"
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Chicago teen Alex King told the March for our Lives: "Without resources, issue of violence will not be resolved."
March For Our Lives - Highlights from the Rally - CBS News
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students were among the activists who spoke at the "March for Our Lives" rally Saturday in Washington, D.C. Speakers at the event, which drew hundreds of thousands of people, included Emma Gonzalez, David Hogg and Yolanda Renee King, the granddaughter of Martin Luther King Jr.
Aerial views show hundreds of demonstrators at March for our Lives rallies - CBS News
Aerial views show hundreds of demonstrators in cities across the U.S. participating in March for our Lives rallies in cities across the U.S. 800 cities are expected to participated, globally.
Newtown highschoolers: Matthew Soto, Tommy Murray, Jackson Middleman - CBS News 
Three Sandy Hook survivors Matthew Soto, Tommy Murray, Jackson Middleman spoke to the March for our Lives in Washington D.C.
Emma González: "Fight for your lives before it's someone else's job" - CBS News
Stoneman Douglas student activist Emma González led an emotional, prolonged silence at the March for our Lives, equal in duration to the shooter's rampage. "Fight for your lives before it's someone else's job," she said.
Malala Yousafzai's message to March For Our Lives protesters - CBS News
Malala: "Whatever your politics, I know that no one wants another child to witness what these children have seen." Malala's gives a heartfelt message to the students and other protesters at March For Our Lives.
Aalayah Eastmond: "We need change now"
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"Yes, I am a Parkland survivor and an MSD student, but before this I was a regular black girl and after this I am still black and I am still regular and I will fight for all of us," said Aalayah Eastmond at the March for our Lives.
Ryan Deitsch: "We need to arm our teachers, with pencils, pens, paper" - CBS News
Parkland senior Ryan Deitsch told the March for our Lives: "We need to arm our teachers, with pencils, pens, paper and the money they need"
Jaclyn Corin: "Keep screaming at your congressmen" - CBS News
Parkland shooting survivor Jaclyn Corin told the March for our Lives crowd to hound their local politicians for change. "Keep screaming at your congressmen. Don't be afraid because they have 'Senator' in front of their name"
Yolanda Renee King, MLK's granddaughter: "Enough is enough" - CBS News
Yolanda King, granddaughter of Martin Luther King, told the March for our Lives crowd: "My grandfather had a dream that his four little children would not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. I have a dream that enough is enough."
Chris Underwood: "Gun violence took away my childhood" - CBS News
Gun violence took away my childhood," Brooklyn-born 11-year-old Chris Underwood told the March for our Lives crowd. Underwood's brother was shot dead when he was five years old.
Matt Post: "We embrace an extremism of love" - CBS News
Matt Post from Montgomery County, MD, told the March for our Lives that change would be hard: "The immoral, the obstructionist and the complicit are lining up to block our path."
Mya Middleton: "Guns have become the voice of America & the government is becoming more negligent" - CBS News
"Guns have become the voice of America and the government is becoming more negligent to this predicament by the day"
Naomi Wadler: "People have said that I'm too young to have these thoughts on my own...not true"
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Alexandria, Virginia, said Naomi Wadler: "People have said that I am too young to have these thoughts on my own. People that have said I'm tool of some nameless adult. It's not true."
David Hogg: "Winter is over, change is here"
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Parkland student David Hogg said that a wave of change was coming. "First-time voters show up 18% of the time in midterm elections. Not. Any. More." 
Zion Kelly: "He was still able to get a gun illegally" - CBS News
17-year-old Washington D.C. student Zion Kelly's brother Zaire was shot in September 2017 by a man that attempted to mug him earlier in the day. "He shot my brother in the head."
Edna Chavez: "I learned to duck bullets before I learned to read" - CBS News
"Arming teachers will not work. Zero tolerance policies do not work. They make us feel like criminals," said California teen Edna Chavez. "We should feel supported and empowered in our schools" 
Alex Wind: "When Joan of Arc fought back English forces she was 17" - CBS News
"When Joan of Arc fought back English forces she was 17 years old. When Mozart wrote his first symphony he was eight years old. I say that we were the only people who could have made this movement possible."
Trevon Bosley: "Everyday shootings are everyday problems" - CBS News
19-year-old Trevon Bosley, whose brother Terrell who was killed leaving church, spoke to the D.C. crowd on behalf of Chicago youth, describing how his home town was disproportionately affected by gun violence. 
Sarah Chadwick: "This is not a red vs. blue issue - this is a morals issue" - CBS News
Sarah Chadwick, a Parkland shooting survivor, said that "One life is worth more than all the guns in America. We are fighting, we have been fighting since Columbine, since Pulse, since Las Vegas, and we will continue to fight until we have put an end to gun violence"
Delaney Tarr: "If we move on, the NRA and those against us will win."
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Student journalist Delaney Tarr from Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school, urged students to keep pressing for change, not to relent or move on from the topic: "If we move on, the NRA and those against us will win." 
"The voters are coming" - Cameron Kasky - CBS News
Parkland shooting survivor Cameron Kasky urged the DC crowd to educate themselves, register to vote and prepare to vote out legislators who fail to act on gun violence. Kasky said that the younger generation would act where older generations had failed. "Don't worry, we got this," he said
Parkland students create nationwide movement - CBS News
Seven days after the deadly shooting, students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School took matters into their own hands by creating a nationwide movement for gun control. 
Student steps in when Parkland community meetup gets heated - CBS News
Four days after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, students and their families gather at a local park to grieve. When a pastor prays for forgiveness for the shooter Nikolas Cruz, the crowd becomes angry and student Cameron Kasky steps in. Watch as survivors of the shooting turn anguish into action in "39 Days," a CBS News special Saturday, March 24 at 8/7c on CBS.
Parkland students travel to meet with Florida lawmakers
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Six days after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, students travel to meet with Florida State lawmakers in Tallahassee to voice their demands for stricter gun laws. Watch survivors of the shooting turn anguish into action in "39 Days," a CBS News special Saturday, March 24 at 8/7c on CBS. 
Congressman Ted Deutch visits Cameron Kasky's home - CBS News
Five days after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, students meet with Congressman Ted Deutch (D) who offers his assistance and attempts to reach out to the White House on their behalf. Watch as survivors of the shooting turn anguish into action in "39 Days," a CBS News special Saturday, March 24 at 8/7c on CBS.
Parkland students create nationwide movement - CBS This Morning
Seven days after the deadly shooting, students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School took matters into their own hands by creating a nationwide movement for gun control. For more, watch "39 Days," a CBS News special Saturday, March 24 at 8/7c on CBS.
White House responds to March for Our Lives - CBS Evening News
The White House issued a statement applauding Saturday's marchers and pledges "keeping our children safe is a top priority." Errol Barnett is in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, where the president is.
Parkland, Florida, has become the heart of gun control activism - CBS Evening News
In the five and a half weeks since the Stoneman Douglas High massacre, Parkland, Florida, has become the ground zero for gun control activism. Manuel Bojorquez reports from the city that was forever changed.
Stoneman Douglas students lead the March for Our Lives - CBS Evening News
For many students across the country, Saturday was the start of Spring Break – and students at the March for Our Lives said there was no place they would rather be than the nation's capital. For the Stoneman Douglas students, Saturday was personal. Adriana Diaz reports.
"We want change": Students travel from across country to March for Our Lives - CBS Evening News
They came to Washington, D.C. by the thousands in planes, buses, cars and trains. They stood together and raised their voices as one. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Thousands demand gun control at "March for Our Lives" rallies - CBS Evening News
Young Americans took to the streets Saturday in numbers likely not seen since the Vietnam War. The "March for Our Lives" rally was inspired by last month's massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Young voices chanted "never again" in cities across the country. CBS News' Jeff Pegues reports.
Parkland students create nationwide movement - CBS Evening News
Seven days after the deadly shooting, students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School took matters into their own hands by creating a nationwide movement for gun control. For more, watch "39 Days," a CBS News special Saturday, March 24 at 8/7c on CBS.

Jennifer Hudson: Gun violence can happen to anybody - CNN
Oscar-winning performer Jennifer Hudson, who lost family members to gun violence, speaks to Van Jones about what she hopes people take away from the March for Our Lives.
Parkland survivor: Had I not spoke, cause would've been lost in the vomit - CNN
Parkland shooting survivor Sam Fuentes says, although she was terrified to speak at the March for Our Lives event, she felt like if she hadn't her cause would've been "lost in the vomit".
Paul McCartney references John Lennon at march - CNN
Sir Paul McCartney attended the March for Our Lives in New York on Saturday, telling CNN the cause was important to him because he lost John Lennon to gun violence.
Naomi Wadler: I'm here to say never again for black girls too - CNN
Naomi Wadler, an elementary school student from Virginia, speaks at the March for Our Lives rally in Washington.
Parkland survivor Sam Fuentes vomits during gun protest speech
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Parkland shooting survivor Sam Fuentes became overwhelmed with emotion and vomited on stage and recovered to finish her passionate speech at the March for Our Lives event in Washington.
MLK Jr.'s granddaughter: No guns in this world
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Yolanda Renee King, the granddaughter of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., talks with CNN's Brooke Baldwin about speaking at the March For Our Lives rally in Washington.
Emma Gonzalez gives speech at March for Our Lives rally
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Speaking at the March for Our Lives event in Washington, Marjory Stoneman Douglas student Emma Gonzalez memorializes the victims of the Parkland school shooting and tells demonstrators to fight for their lives so someone else won't have to.
MLK Jr's granddaughter: I have a dream ... enough is enough
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Yolanda Renee King, the granddaughter of Reverend Martin Luther King Jr., invoked her grandfather's famous phrase as she spoke to the crowd at the March For Our Lives rally in Washington.
David Hogg: You can hear the people in power shaking
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Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg gave an impassioned speech during March for Our Lives in Washington.
Massive crowds rally coast to coast to demand gun control
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Survivors of the Florida school shooting are rallying in DC for gun control with sister marches around the world.

Emma Gonzalez Makes Statement With Silence at March for Our Lives | AM Joy - MSNBC
Emma Gonzalez honored the Parkland shooting victims at the March for Our Lives with six minutes and 20 seconds of silence, the amount of time it took the shooter to kill 17 people. Joy Reid and her panel discuss how youth leaders like Gonzalez will likely achieve common sense gun reform and more.
Parkland Students Credit Great Teachers For Leadership Skills
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Fearless Parkland students Jaclyn Corn and Cameron Kasky spoke to Joy Reid ahead of the March for Our Lives, saying that they are able to help lead the student push for gun reform because of great teachers who should be paid for helping students learn, ‘not packing heat.’
Sen. Blumenthal: These Kids Want Change And Have The Energy | Hardball With Chris Matthews - MSNBC
Senator Blumenthal talks to Chris Matthews about the March For Our Lives and what's next for the movement.
David Hogg On March: This Is The Beginning Of A Revolution - MSNBC
What's next after the March For Our Lives? David Hogg, one of the organizers, talks to MSNBC.
Sen. Klobuchar Calls March for Our Lives ‘The Tipping Point’ | AM Joy - MSNBC
At the March for Our Lives, Democratic U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Parkland, Florida Mayor Christine Hunschofsky join Joy Reid on how student activists from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and beyond have moved the needle on common sense gun reform in Florida and nationally.
Columbine Survivor: ‘We Were Told This Would Never Happen Again’ | Velshi & Ruhle - MSNBC
Lane Murdock is a high school student from Ridgefield, CT who organized the April 20th National Walkout. Salli Garrigan is a survivor of the Columbine shooting. They both join MSNBC’s Ali Velshi and Alex Witt from the ‘March for Our Lives’ in Washington, DC.
Emma González: People Need to 'Empathize Rather Than Feel Apathy' | AM Joy - MSNBC
Stoneman Douglas student and March For Our Lives organizer Emma González explains the importance of protesting and what she'd like to see accomplished.
Colorado Student: ‘I Can’t Vote You Back In If I’m Dead’ | Velshi & Ruhle - MSNBC
Two Colorado students explain why they chose to spend their spring break at the ‘March for Our Lives.’
School Shooting Survivor, Student Organizer Discusses 'March for Our Lives' - MSNBC
Washington D.C. is not only the epicenter of the “March For Our Lives” demonstrations across the country, it is just miles away from the last deadly school shooting at Great Mills High School in Maryland. Daniel Gelillo, a Great Mills student who organized marches after the shooting, shares why he’s taking part in Saturday’s demonstrations.

Students Demonstrating For Change at March for Our Lives Echo Past Movements | Meet The Press - NBC News
Saturday’s massive demonstrations against gun violence were led by young people, a parallel to past protests in the civil rights and anti-war movements.
March for Our Lives: A rally to end gun violence [4:38:07; h:mm:ss] - NBC News
Victims of gun violence, students and American families march in Washington, D.C. and communities around the country in a demonstration to end mass shootings in schools.
March For Our Lives: Sights and Sounds From The Historic Rally Across The Country - NBC News
Hundreds of thousands of protestors from across the country rallied for gun control in the March For Our Lives rally, while student activists gave emotional speeches in Washington.
Thousands Gather in Parkland, Remembering Those Lost, For March for Our Lives - NBC News
Demonstrators in Parkland, Florida marched for each of the 17 victims of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, calling for action to prevent future tragedies.
Watch 11-Year-Old Naomi Wadler's Full Speech - NBC News
11-year-old speaks out, at the March For Our Lives rally in Washington, for all the African-American girls who have been left out of the gun violence discussion. Wadler led a walkout at her elementary school to bring attention to the gun violence in schools across the country.
Jennifer Hudson, Gun Violence victim, Joins Parkland Students For Rally Finale - NBC News
Singer and actress Jennifer Hudson performs "The Times They Are a Changin" at the March for Our Lives rally in Washington, D.C.
Emma Gonzalez Leads Emotional Moment Of Silence During Rally - NBC News
Marjory Stoneman Douglas student Emma Gonzalez, who has become one of the faces of the Parkland movement, lead an extended and emotional moment of silence during her speech at the March For Our Lives rally in Washington.
‘I Just Threw Up on International Television And It Feels Great!’: Sam Fuentes at Rally - NBC News
Marjory Stoneman Douglas student Sam Fuentes rallied through a sick moment on stage at the March For Our Lives rally, revving up the crowd with her emotional speech advocating for stricter gun laws.
MLK’s Granddaughter: ‘I Have a Dream That Enough is Enough’ - NBC News
Martin Luther King’s granddaughter Yolanda Renee King participates in the March for Our Lives rally against gun violence in Washington, D.C.‘
‘Get Your Resumes Ready’: David Hogg Singles Out Politicians at March For Our Lives Rally - NBC News
Marjory Stoneman Douglas student David Hogg delivers a speech at the March For Our Lives rally, calling out politicians who accept money from the NRA and don’t support stricter gun laws.
Hundreds of Thousand across U.S. March For Their Lives - NBC News
In a demonstration against gun violence, victims, teachers, students, and scores of Americans marched in cities across the United States.
‘One Life Is Worth More Than All The Guns in America’: Sarah Chadwick at March - NBC News
Marjory Stoneman Douglas student Sarah Chadwick delivers a speech at the March For Our Lives rally in Washington, aimed at Sen. Marco Rubio.
Student Edna Chavez: ‘I've Learned to Duck From Bullets Before I Learned How to Read’ - NBC News
March for Our Lives speaker and California high school student Edna Chavez remembers her brother Ricardo who was lost to gun violence.
Cameron Kasky on March for Our Lives: ‘We Are The Change’ - NBC News
Activist Cameron Kasky speaks at the March for Our Lives to protest gun violence after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

PBS NewsHour Weekend March 24, 2018 - PBS Newshour
On this edition for Saturday, March 24, young students lead March for our Lives rally in Washington, and inside the debate over what makes eggs “organic.” Also, the Trump administration announces a new ban on transgender people from serving in the military. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.
Youth voices take center stage at March for Our Lives
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Students across the country flooded into the streets on Saturday to call for stricter gun control laws in the wake of the Parkland school shooting that killed 17 people in Florida last month. Among the tens of thousands who rallied in Washington, D.C., was a group of students from Patriot High School in Virginia. NewsHour Weekend's Christopher Booker, who traveled with them, has more.

March for our Lives: Students demand tougher gun laws - The National
The March for our Lives protest will take place in Washington on Saturday, as students mobilize to demand tougher gun laws in the United States. The group will be getting some support from some Canadian citizens crossing the border to join the march — there will be rallies across Canada as well to support the cause.

Thousands March to End Gun Violence - The New York Times
On Saturday, hundreds of thousands of people poured into the streets in Washington and cities across the globe to take a stance against gun violence.
Meet Ke’Shon, His Brother Was Shot in Chicago. Now He’s Marching With Parkland Survivors. - The New York Times
Ke’Shon Newman’s brother was shot nine times on Chicago’s South Side, where gun violence is a daily threat. Now, Ke’Shon is heading to Washington to march with high school students from Parkland, Fla.

March For Our Lives 2018: Thousands Of Parkland Students Protest Gun Violence Across The U.S. [5:11:39; h:mm:ss] - TIME
On Saturday, March 24, the kids and families of March For Our Lives will take to the streets of Washington DC, and around the country, to demand that their lives and safety become a priority and that we end gun violence and mass shootings in our schools today.

March For Our Lives: What The Students Want - TYT Politics
TYT Politics’ Emma Vigeland (https://Twitter.com/EmmaVigeland) spoke with Michael Solomon and Simon Debesai, two student activists from Springbrook High School in Silver Spring, Maryland, who helped organize the Washington D.C. walkout to protest the government's inaction on gun control.
Trump’s Gun Control Response Doesn’t Impress Students - TYT Politics
TYT Politics’ Emma Vigeland (https://Twitter.com/EmmaVigeland) spoke with Michael Solomon and Simon Debesai, two student activists from Springbrook High School in Silver Spring, Maryland, who helped organize the Washington D.C. walkout to protest the government's inaction on gun control.
Students’ NRA Fight Sparking Anti-Corruption Movement? - TYT Politics
TYT Politics’ Emma Vigeland (https://Twitter.com/EmmaVigeland) spoke with Michael Solomon and Simon Debesai, two student activists from Springbrook High School in Silver Spring, Maryland, who helped organize the Washington D.C. walkout to protest the government's inaction on gun control.

11-year-old says 'never again for those girls too' - USA TODAY
This 11-year-old girl, Naomi Wadler, nearly stole the show at the March for Our Lives rally in Washington, D.C. as she spoke on behalf of African American women who are victims of gun violence.
Teen voices stand tall during the March For Our Lives - USA TODAY
Protestors explain why they’ve had #enough and their thoughts on gun control during the March For Our Lives in Washington, D.C. on Saturday, March 24, 2018.
Celebs support student-led March for Our Lives rally - USA TODAY
Hundreds of thousands showed up in support of the March for Our Lives gun violence protest in Washington, D.C., including some celebrities.
Hundreds of thousands stand with March for Our Lives - USA TODAY
From Washington D.C. to Paris, young voices resound in protest against gun violence.
'March for Our Lives' rallies across the world - USA TODAY
More than 800 rallies took place around the world Saturday in solidarity with the 'March for Our Lives' rally in the United States.

What students really think about school shootings - Vox
We asked students across the US to share their thoughts on school shootings. Over 1,600 responded.

Parkland teens speak up after NRA host says, ‘No one would know your names’ - Washington Post
A new NRA ad released on March 22 targeted student protesters from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. But students from the school are pushing back against the NRA.
Here's what you missed at March for Our Lives in Washington - Washington Post
March for Our Lives brought hundreds of thousands of people from across the nation to Washington on March 24. Here's some of what you missed. Read more: https://wapo.st/2pDyP0R.
'Young people are leading a revolution of change' - Washington Post
The Washington Post interviewed actor and rapper Common, one of the performers of the March For Your Lives rally in Washington, D.C. on March 24.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand sings protest songs at March for Our Lives - Washington Post
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) joined the New York Freedom Riders to sing protest songs at the March for Our Lives on March 23.
People around the world join March for Our Lives rallies - Washington Post
People around the world marched for more gun control on March 23.
'Six minutes and twenty seconds': Emma Gonzalez delivers speech at Washington march - Washington Post
Marjory Stoneman Douglas senior and survivor of the Feb. 14 mass shooting in Parkland, Fla., delivered the final speech at Washington's March for Our Lives on March 24.
Parkland student comments on how young adults are impacting nationwide gun debate - Washington Post
Parkland, Fla., student Cameron Kasky commented on young adults making change and said he doesn't think people should "blindly respect" lawmakers.
Florida senator praises Parkland students for igniting change - Washington Post
Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) visited the March for Our Lives in Washington on March 24 and told the Post's Libby Casey what he thinks will change after this event.
'It just upsets me': Parkland student discusses lack of diversity in shooting coverage - Washington Post
The Post's Nicole Ellis asked Parkland, Fla., student Aalayah Eastmond whether she thought media coverage of the Feb. 14 school shooting lacked diversity.
From D.C. to Parkland: Two young girls brought together by gun violence - Washington Post
Jaclyn Corin of Parkland, Fla., and Naomi Walder of Alexandria, Va., told The Post's Nicole Ellis why they attended the March for Our Lives in D.C. on March 24.
After losing his nephew to gun violence, Alex King attends March for Our Lives - Washington Post
Alex King, who lost his nephew to gun violence in May 2017, tells The Post's Nicole Ellis how he hopes March for Our Lives will change the gun violence debate.
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