Cliff Kelley of WVON invited I Grow Chicago onto the air to talk about the March for Our Lives, the importance of gun reform and why it matters to the residents of Englewood. Co-executive director Erin Vogel and student leader Eldridge Brown shared how I Grow Chicago and the local community participated in the events. I Grow Chicago handed out hundreds of buttons at the Chicago march and dozens of community activists from Englewood bused down to march together. Eldridge organized a school walkout for 6th-8th grades at his school. After getting support from his teachers, the walkout went from a potential disciplinary action to the Principal and Assistant Principal participating. As Cliff Kelley says, “There’s hope!”