The school walkout lasted 17 minutes, one minute for each person killed in the recent shooting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
— Brett Murphy (@ladybrettgm) March 14, 2018
— rachel handler (@rachel_handler) March 14, 2018
Young people showing up at all intersections today. Again and again, they recognized that they stand on the shoulders of the young giants who came before them. They voiced their understanding that kids of color have always been at the forefront of the anti-violence movement because they are the most impacted. They had clear demands. They talked about today as the beginning of an escalation tactic. They are voting. I cried and am humbled by their vision and leadership. Thank you @womensmarchyouth and @tabithastb! Onward to @marchforourlives! #blacklivesmatter #resist #keepshowingup #stayhuman #enough #nationalschoolwalkout #walkout #marchforourlives #gunreform
— Madena (@MadenaP) March 14, 2018
On March 24, the voices of a generation will continue to be heard as students march on Washington.
— Women's March Youth (@WomensMarchY) March 14, 2018
— Ben Schmitt (@bencschmitt) March 14, 2018
— Bradley E. Williams (@B_RadWill) March 14, 2018
— Marina Affo (@marina_affo) March 14, 2018
National Walkout Day A movement started by the students of a Florida high school to show the need for stricter gun laws in the United States. It has spread to all over the country. I stand with all these students, it is time for a change. We need to make a difference and this is the generation that will do it. To see a difference we must make that difference. #nationalwalkoutday
This from my 11 year old. Her elementary school isn't letting them bring signs (1st Amendment anyone?) because the little kids may not understand what this is about. She's ready for her middle school journey and she's ready to change the world! #NationalWalkoutDay pic.twitter.com/dxJSKKi6wj
— Heidi Perry (@heidiperry1) March 14, 2018
— autonomous plums (@alba17) March 14, 2018