Parents and students — including those impacted by the deadly mass shooting at a Parkland, Fla. high school — offered emotional stories of their experiences during a “listening session” with President Donald Trump Wednesday

There were narratives that painted a painful portrait of some of the youngest victims of mass gun violence in America.

Their stories of the aftermath of those deaths, and of friends and teachers lost, provided the climax to a day focused on student action on gun policy reform. Students gathered in Washington D.C., held signs and spoke about the need for more gun safety laws as they marched down the National Mall toward the White House.

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