'Students have been in the vanguard' of US social movements

Al Jazeera's Rob Reynolds, reporting from Los Angeles, looks at the long history of youth-led political struggles as the student anti-gun movement grows in the US.

    The killing of 17 students and teachers at a high school in Florida last month spurred students across the US to demand change. On March 24, they will rally in Washington, DC, for stricter gun laws.

    Many of these students are tired of waiting for adults in power to take actions.

    Al Jazeera's Rob Reynolds, reporting from Los Angeles, looks at the long history of youth-led political struggles.


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