Thousands of people gathered Saturday in communities across Ohio at March For Our Lives rallies advocating for stronger gun laws in a movement led by students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where 17 people were killed in a February shooting.
In Cincinnati, Young Feminists Coalition leader Rasleen Krupp, 17, told a crowd of thousands of people that "our voices are being stifled," The Cincinnati Enquirer reported.
"At the end of this movement, we will be saving our own lives," Krupp said. "But this is only the first mile."
A crowd of more than several thousand young people and adults gathered first in...