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March 25, 201811:07
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March for Their Lives

11:07

Joining Rev. Al Sharpton to discuss yesterday’s historic March For Our Lives we had students, Dimonique Johnson, Jackson Monroe and Juan Reyes, to discuss why they marched and what they want the future of gun control to look like.