Hundreds of thousands of people — young and old — joined the March For Our Lives movement for gun reform across the country on Saturday. In Boston, police estimate 90,000 marched from Madison Park Technical Vocational High School in Roxbury to the Boston Common. But as many of the speakers at both protests pointed out, gun violence in schools is far from the only issue.
Jim Braude was joined by three of the organizers of the Boston March for Our Lives — Vikiana Petit-Homme, a junior at Boston Latin Academy, Laura-Luiza Gouvea, a sophomore at Somerville High School, and Charlotte Lowell, a senior at Andover High School — who said they are not done yet.