Yesterday's global roar for gun control

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Yesterday's massive marches — with youthful faces but grown-up organizing muscle — transcended school shootings to a global roar for gun control, infusing energy and urgency into an issue where the sides have long been static.

On the ground: I talked to two "fighting grandmas" — sisters-in-law Nina Human, 57, of Atlanta, and Susan Knox, 62, of Norman, Oklahoma — who were toting the sign of our times: "THIS IS NOT NORMAL."