Hear the stories behind some of the messages on display at Washington D.C.’s March for Our Lives.
The Sojewicz family watched the Parkland teens lead a new anti-gun movement, and brought their own children to join the effort.
About 20 Second Amendment advocates gathered outside of the Trump International Hotel.
Along the parade route, marchers could buy T-shirts and hats to support gun policy reform.
A collection of posters at the March for Our Lives in Syracuse.
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The speeches, the performances, the chants and attire people took to the streets of D.C.
Barbara Kamerance is sure that her generation ended the Vietnam War. She thinks the next generation could make a change, too.
Many of the students behind the Syracuse March for Our Lives aren’t old enough to vote, but that didn’t stop them from speaking up about mass shootings.
More than 150 members of the Central New York Episcopal Church marched as a group at the Syracuse March for Our Lives protest against gun violence.