(The Washington Post)
National
'We've been silent for too long:' Fla. students discuss their movement
Ahead of their March for Our Lives event in D.C. on March 24, survivors of the Parkland, Fla. school massacre discussed their efforts to end mass shootings at a Harvard University panel on March 20.
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