Many high school students have taken a more active role in raising awareness about gun violence in the wake of deadly shootings at schools across the country. A group of students from Montgomery County, Maryland, went to Capitol Hill on Friday to make their voices heard and discuss how the continuing shootings have altered their daily lives.

The group from Temple Emanuel, in Kensington, read the names of students who were killed last year at U.S. schools and held a moment of silence in front of the U.S. Capitol.

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