After each deadly mass shooting, we've come to expect two things: a push to rein in access to guns and push back from the National Rifle Association and its supporters. In the end, nothing happens. But many say Florida could be the tipping point. Since last week's shooting, teens have been making their case for gun control in the media, to lawmakers and the White House. That grief turned passion has spread to teens throughout the U.S. with marches and school walkouts planned for the coming weeks, including here in Massachusetts. So is generation Z our nation's best weapon against these weapons?
Jim Braude was joined by three students — Laura Luiza Cabral Gouvea, a Somerville High School student organizer, Sheridan Lasher, a Northeastern University student who graduated from Marjory Stoneman Douglas last year and is organizing the Boston "March For Our Lives," and Matthew Reiad,  a Boston Trinity Academy student who is also Vice President for the Youth Conservatives of Massachusetts — to discuss.