Why We’re Marching: Student Journalists from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Tell Us What They’re Fighting For

Since the inception of this movement, adults have been wise to (mostly) cede the floor to teens, as survivors from the attack use their platform to draw attention to the issue of gun violence in town halls, interviews, op-eds, and on magazine covers. In advance of the march, we asked staff on the Eagle Eye, Marjory Stoneman Douglas’s student newspaper, to tell us what they want to accomplish tomorrow and why they’ll continue to speak out for those who can’t.

 

 

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