Latest News Jarrett on March for Our Lives students: they’re not taking no for an answer 2018-03-24T13:17:18.000000000-04:00 At the March for Our Lives, Valerie Jarrett, former chair of the White House Council of Women and Girls, joins Joy Reid to discuss the student-led protest demanding common sense gun reform being attended by hundreds of thousands of people nationwide.... Emma González: People need to 'empathize rather than feel apathy' 2018-03-24T11:49:22.000000000-04:00 Stoneman Douglas student and March For Our Lives organizer Emma González explains the importance of protesting and what she'd like to see accomplished. Parkland teacher: 'I went to college to be a teacher not to be a police officer' 2018-03-24T11:22:29.000000000-04:00 Parkland teacher Sarah Lerner saved 15 students by locking them in her English class. She joins MSNBC’s Ali Velshi and Alex Witt from the ‘March for Our Lives’ in Washington, DC to share her thoughts on teachers carrying guns. 'March For Our Lives' inspires Chicago gun violence victim to speak out 2018-03-24T10:59:06.000000000-04:00 Chicago student Ke'Shon Newman, who lost his brother to gun violence in 2016, and Former Secretary of Education Arne Duncan tell MSNBC’s Ali Velshi and Alex Witt why the ‘March for Our Lives' needs to influence national gun safety. Stoneman Douglas senior: ‘We wanted to take this grief’ and ‘make a difference out of it’ 2018-03-24T10:46:53.000000000-04:00 Stoneman Douglas High School Senior Julia Bishop recounts her experience on the day of the shooting and explains what the ‘March for Our Lives’ means for her. Columbine survivor: ‘We were told this would never happen again’ 2018-03-24T10:45:58.000000000-04:00 Lane Murdock is a high school student from Ridgefield, CT who organized the April 20th National Walkout. Salli Garrigan is a survivor of the Columbine shooting. They both join MSNBC’s Ali Velshi and Alex Witt from the ‘March for Our Lives’ in Washington, Parkland shooting survivor: ‘With everybody’s voice I think we’re going to a change’ 2018-03-24T10:16:53.000000000-04:00 Robyn Thomas is the Executive Director of the Giffords Law Center to prevent gun violence and Julien (JuJu) Decoste is a junior at Stoneman Douglas who spent that terrifying day hiding in a closet with his classmates. The two join MSNBC’s Ali Velshi and Here's what it would cost to arm teachers in America 2018-03-24T09:56:00.000000000-04:00 After the tragedy in Parkland, Florida President Trump echoed the NRA in suggesting that arming teachers could be a low cost way to combat and even prevent school shootings. MSNBC's Alex Witt takes a look at that "practically free" idea. Linley Himes: ‘Important’ to see students who can’t vote ‘take control’ 2018-03-24T09:46:15.000000000-04:00 Congressman Jim Himes and his daughter Linley are both participating in the 'March for Our Lives.' They join MSNBC’s Ali Velshi to discuss their roles in the movement. Why March For Our Lives may create changes in gun laws 2018-03-24T09:42:18.000000000-04:00 A Kentucky teacher speaks with NBC News' Tammy Leitner about why the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is different from other school shootings and if the March for Our Lives can create changes in Washington.