The Guardian has been collaborating with the staff of the Eagle Eye, the school newspaper of Marjory Stoneman Douglas in Parkland, Florida, where a massacre last month led to today’s marches.

On Friday, student editors took control of the Guardian’s website and published a series of articles, including their manifesto of demands, with a call to ban the sale of high velocity semi-automatic weapons, expand background checks, and raise the minimum purchase age of rifles to 21 high on the list.

@EagleEyeMSD is ready #MarchForOurLivesdc #MarchForOurLives pic.twitter.com/9nBdfiena4

Live scenes from the #MarchForOurLivesDC – Hundreds arrive hours ahead the official start time at noon pic.twitter.com/bK1t90qXuZ

Today would have been Nick Dworet’s 18th birthday. Today, we honor him and the other 16 who will never celebrate birthdays again. #MarchforOurLives

Today’s the day… #SignsForOurLives #MarchForOurLives pic.twitter.com/jDaiNTscmh

armed with pens, cameras, and ideas #MarchForOurLives pic.twitter.com/TCabibDAwn

To be honest, I’m scared to march. This is a march against gun violence, and I am scared there will be gun violence during the march. This is just my mindset living in this country now, but this is why we need to march. #neveragain #MarchForOurLives

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Today in Washington DC and more than 830 places worldwide, people of all ages will come together to demand solutions to gun violence in America.

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