Students Flock To D.C. For The March For Our Lives
Hundreds of thousands of people rallied in Washington over the weekend, protesting gun violence of all kinds.
Students from across the country decided to travel to Washington, D.C., to attend the March for Our Lives rather than stay in their hometowns. Many said they wanted to show the leaders in Washington they intend to change policy at the federal level. Many of the attendees were not student activists under the age of 18.
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