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Change is coming

The cries of loss and anguish become public, at last. A million young people seize the truth:

"Half of my seventh-grade class was affected by gun violence. My own brother was shot in the head. I am tired of being asked to calm down and be quiet."

The stories went on and on, speaker after speaker. We marched for our lives this past Saturday. I was one of the thousands of people who endured a bitter cold morning in Chicago to be part of this emerging movement,

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