Hundreds of thousands of Americans are expected to turn out for rallies across the country later on Saturday in support of tighter gun control.
March For Our Lives grew out of a movement calling for change after 17 people were killed by a gunman at a high school in Florida last month.
On Friday, the White House said it would ban bump stocks, which give semi-automatic guns rapid-fire capability.
But many activists are calling for more extensive legislation.
American students aren't letting the issue of gun control fade away, but is a country obsessed with guns really ready to take meaningful measures on gun control?
The ban on bump stocks is a good sign.