Youth of color say the March for Our Lives represents their lifelong battle
Northview High School | Covina, CA
A rally in Washington, D.C. brought together youth advocates from around the country who have recently organized their peers in school walkouts, at town halls and in other community spaces. But students of color, whose communities are disproportionately affected by gun violence, say the March for Our Lives was especially significant to them.
Produced Andre Tinoco, Zulelalee Escobar, Emily Rincon, Fernando Cienfuegos, Chris Rosenblum, and Theo Casey from Northview High School in Covina, California. Instruction provided by SRL Connected Educator Amy Woods. Station support provided by WETA and the PBS Newshour.