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The Daily BeastMar 24, 2018
March For Our Lives Isn't Just About Mass Shootings
Alex Brook Lynn/The Daily Beast"People die by guns every single day. No matter how they got the gun, no matter how they got shot, they're still dead at the end of the day." - Julia Spoor

When Julia Spoor was eight years old, her father Scott used a gun to take his own life. To her, of all the factors in her dad's death, the gun was the most damning. "With other methods of suicide there's still a chance, there is more time between the act and death for the possibility of a reversal, but not with a gun," Spoor said.

By the age of 12, Julia had become involved in advocating for more active gun control laws. Suicide by gun is in many ways different from a mass shooting in a school, or gang violence inside a city's most depressed areas, but Julia stresses that guns are the one, clear common denominator.

Read more at The Daily Beast.

Drudge ReportMar 24, 2018
Tens of thousands gather nationwide for gun control...

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CNN PoliticsMar 24, 2018
Students hold March for Our Lives events in Washington and across US
Survivors of the deadly shooting rampage at a Parkland, Florida, high school are set to lead thousands Saturday in a March for Our Lives on Washington, delivering their impassioned pleas for stricter gun control law to the nation.

Huffington Post PoliticsMar 24, 2018
It's Time To March For Our Lives. Read Live Updates Here.
The February school shooting in Parkland, Florida, has galvanized thousands of teenagers to speak out about gun control.

CNN PoliticsMar 23, 2018
Parkland students press Washington for gun control ahead of March for Our Lives
A day ahead of March for Our Lives, the South Florida school shooting survivors leading the gun control demonstration made their presence felt Friday in Washington, pressing lawmakers for their cause and asking why more restrictions hadn't already been passed.
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