Here are new additions to The Best Resources For Learning About “The March For Our Lives”:
March for Our Lives falls on 20th anniversary of deadly Jonesboro school shooting is from ABC News.
Sensing their moment, Florida students balance school and activism planning the March for Our Lives is from The LA Times.
This Columbine survivor is now a mom, teacher. Here’s why she’s headed to March for Our Lives. is from ABC News.
‘The march is just the start’: Parkland students and lawmakers speak out about gun violence is from The Washington Post.
"We, the youth of the United States, have built a new movement to denounce gun violence and call for safety in all of our communities. This is only the beginning." @Emma4Change pens a searing op-ed on this generation's plans to make change: https://t.co/MV34GJgrdI #NeverAgain pic.twitter.com/FWTpOD1WKL
— Teen Vogue (@TeenVogue) March 23, 2018
Students hope the March for Our Lives sends a message that their generation has arrived: "It's going to look scary to politicians" https://t.co/Z25bf3PNnK
— The New York Times (@nytimes) March 23, 2018
The March For Our Lives is Saturday. Here’s what you need to know. https://t.co/S7YiZylYEa
— Post Local (@postlocal) March 22, 2018
TIME's new cover: The school shooting generation has had enough https://t.co/4YI173gqTx pic.twitter.com/7yFEXuVjyb
— TIME (@TIME) March 22, 2018
Students are gearing up for the nationwide March for Our Lives on March 24. “Our parents and grandparents did not succeed in ensuring our safety at school. So we must do it ourselves,” write three organizers of New Jersey’s march. https://t.co/Gw6uWCeFD4
— NYT Opinion (@nytopinion) March 22, 2018
Perspective | Our kids were murdered at Sandy Hook. We’re marching for them this weekend. https://t.co/OPskyQZXX4
— Alan Richard (@educationalan) March 21, 2018