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Demonstrators gather in Washington D.C. during the March for Our Lives rally March 24, 2018

Student Activists Highlight Gun Violence In Communities Of Color

Students across the country are using their voices to highlight the gun violence often ignored in communities of color.

  Life/Culture

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