The teen-led backlash demanding action on guns and school violence has spread from the curb in front of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School to other campuses, across the internet and TV, and all the way to the White House. Here’s a look at 11 of the most dramatic moments in a day of confrontation over guns. And here are some photos from a pretty amazing moment in America.

+ During his listening session, President Trump seemed open to age restrictions, but focused mostly on arming teachers (while insisting he never said to arm teachers): “I never said ‘give teachers guns’ like was stated on Fake News CNN & NBC. What I said was to look at the possibility of giving ‘concealed guns to gun adept teachers with military or special training experience – only the best. 20% of teachers, a lot, would now be able to immediately fire back if a savage sicko came to a school with bad intentions. Highly trained teachers would also serve as a deterrent to the cowards that do this. Far more assets at much less cost than guards. A ‘gun free’ school is a magnet for bad people. ATTACKS WOULD END!” (What if an armed teacher comes down with a case of bone spurs?)

+ Wayne LaPierre, the head of the nation’s top pro-gun lobbying group spoke at one of the year’s most political events where he accused others of politicizing school shootings. “Schools must be the most hardened targets in this country, and evil must be confronted with all necessary force to protect our kids.”

+ “With an AR-15, the shooter does not have to be particularly accurate. The victim does not have to be unlucky.” The Atlantic: What I Saw Treating the Victims From Parkland Should Change the Debate on Guns.

+ It is not as easy as a “‘good guy with a gun stopping a bad guy with a gun.'” Charlotte Five: I’ve been shot in combat. And as a veteran, I’m telling you: allowing teachers to be armed is an asinine idea.