Waves of sadness, anger and, occasionally, hope washed through a large crowd that gathered Saturday afternoon in Fort Lauderdale to push for tightening state and national gun laws in the aftermath of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre.
In the crowd, people expressed their emotions with cheers and boos. From the lectern, elected officials and school leaders delivered powerful speeches.
But the most poignant remarks came from several Stoneman Douglas students and a teacher who described their anguish and anger — and vowed not to rest until gun laws are changed.
By Anthony Man, the Sun-Sentinel. Read the rest of the story here.