About 30,000 people turned out at the March For Our Lives in Atlanta Saturday to advocate for changes to gun laws.
As volunteers worked the crowds to register voters, South Cobb High school student Niles Francis held his sign high above his head. It listed lawmakers who took money from the NRA. He’s still two years away from voting for the first time. But he’s determined to be heard now.
“A movement like this proves that your voice does matter,” Francis said.