Young Activists on Why They March | Teen Vogue

Emma Gonzalez, Jaclyn Corin, Sarah Chadwick and Nza-Ari Khepra are part of the surge of young activists building a new movement to denounce gun violence and call for safety in all of our communities. And this is why they march.

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  4. I don’t live in fear I’m 18 and I own firearms I feel 1,000,000,000 times safer with my firearms and failing school systems has nothing to do with the 2nd amendment

  5. A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

  6. I don’t understand why this video is so overly dramatic. I personally despise the many times they make one moment or another dramatic. I didn’t come to see a reality tv show. Another thing is that what will all this protesting and marching do? Little to nothing. The politicians don’t care, so what if 4 girls tell them to stop gun violence? It won’t do a thing. The way they act as if they are single-handedly ending gun violence irritates me when in reality, it’s close to nothing. Sure it spreads awareness, but WHAT IS THE POINT OF AWARENESS IF NOTHING IS ACCOMPLISHED. SO DONT GO AROUND ACTING LIKE YOUR ACTIONS ARE SOME MIRACLE.

    The last line of the video is just an insult to all previous victims of gun shootings. There have been PLENTY of school shootings in the past, it’s just the news has advanced so we are more aware. Don’t you think the mother of a son who died to a school shooter did anything? Their statements are short-sighted and brash. They should actually have a well-thought idea before rushing out just to make a splash.

    Sorry if this comes off as rude, but I had to write an essay on this video and I absolutely hate it.

  7. bruh my teacher is making us do teen acivism i dont like it its so boring and there are litteraly 23 doing this when its called “teen activism”

  8. This is such a great and important movement and I think it’s had so many successes, but it’s not over yet. Another great youtube video on student activists is ‘Words Have Power’ on Planet Classroom Network. A young girl fights for what’s right to shut down Connecticut’s only coal-powered plant left.