Teen survivors of the high school massacre in South Florida last week will be holding a march on Washington to demand gun control. 5 students told NBC's "Meet the Press" that they will be holding the "March for Our Lives" demonstration on March 24th. 17 people were killed after a gunman opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkdale, Florida on Wednesday. Student Emma Gonzalez said the students want to have conversations about gun control with President Trump, Florida Senator Marco Rubio and Florida Governor Rick Scott. Gonzalez said students want to give them the opportunity to be on the "right side of this." The students slammed the NRA and politicians who take money from the gun lobby.
In addition to the march in Washington, the organizers are planning protests in other cities across the country.