LANSING, Mich. – Activists, students and other local leaders gathered in Lansing on Monday to call for legislation to end gun violence in the wake of another mass school shooting.
The rally came exactly one week after three Michigan State University students were killed and five were injured when a gunman opened fire at two locations on campus.
The rally began at 10:30 a.m. at the John A. Hannah Building in Lansing.
The rally was hosted by March For Our Lives, MSU students and the president of the Michigan State Board of Education. They will be calling for “swift legislative actions that will increase public safety and prevent future horrific tragedies.”
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