From school walkouts to the #MarchForOurLives, young people are ensuring their voices are heard and are fighting for a safer future for students everywhere. ❤️— Refinery29 (@Refinery29) March 14, 2018
Here's to the 6th grade students at @SuccessCharters Harlem North Central
Photos: @BeautyGuide616 pic.twitter.com/icM9JiVm3D
One Virginia teacher is encouraging students to ‘walk up’ to others, not just walk out.— ABC News (@ABC) March 15, 2018
“Walk up to the kid who sits alone and ask him to join your group. Walk up to the kid who never has a voluntary partner and offer to be hers.” https://t.co/JIS3Gvm6P3 #NationalWalkoutDay pic.twitter.com/kURXF8xCht
To anyone who talks down to students & millennial activists —— Millennial Politics (@MillenPolitics) March 14, 2018
You need to recognize that we’re awake, aware, & active.
We may not have been in previous years, but we are now & we have the most to lose in this fight.
So lead, follow, or GTFO of the way.#NationalWalkoutDay pic.twitter.com/OCkPWHuXSj
These teens formed a human chain with at least 100 of their classmates from Grace Church HS on Broadway. These girls said they were out in solidarity with the national movement & because one of their teachers was shot this year in a case of domestic violence #NationalWalkoutDay pic.twitter.com/rki79PIuef— Emma Gray (@emmaladyrose) March 14, 2018