Many would also like to phase out school police officers.
What’s next for city and suburban youth who believe they can make a change on gun violence?
During the National School Walkout, students sang, read poems that they had written and talked about how they would like to work with other youth to change gun laws.
After the National School Walkout to stop gun violence, youth seize the opportunity to make their voices heard on violence close to home.
Across the city, students take a stand as part of the National School Walkout to protest gun violence.
Students say they feel that 17 minutes isn't enough to explore the issues surrounding persistent urban gun violence.
Over three days, speakers sought to spark activism in a school district still plagued by racial inequality.