Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg went on CNN Friday morning to make clear that he does NOT accept Fox News host Laura Ingraham’s apology for attacking him and that he still thinks she is full of shit.
The survivors from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have met the constant stream of attacks from right-wing figures and conspiracy peddlers in the weeks since 17 people were murdered at their school with incredible ownage—but my god, David Hogg is absolutely mopping the floor with these people, including Fox News…
Young people of color have been trying to tell us the story of their trauma caused by gun violence for years. We have just chosen not to listen to them.
Several student survivors of the Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School shootings, who have gone on to become leading activists in the movement for gun reform, have graced this week’s cover of Time magazine, just in time for tomorrow’s March For Our Lives. The powerful cover features Jaclyn Corin, Alex Wind, Emma…
Just one month ago, Marco Rubio was thoroughly owned by Parkland teens during a town hall on school shootings, who asked him if he would commit to stop taking donations from the NRA. (Surprise: he wouldn’t!)
School shooting survivors at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, are being forced to use clear backpacks when they return from spring break on April 2.
Surveillance video captured during the February 14 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shows the armed sheriff’s deputy assigned to the school remained outside during the shooting, taking cover behind a wall.
“Eat my ass!” a teenage boy yelled at the U.S. Capitol rotunda on Wednesday morning.
The massacre at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, one month ago today, left seventeen children and school staff dead. It was the third highest-casualty mass shooting at an educational institution in American history (after Virginia Tech—32 dead—and Sandy Hook—27) and the ninth highest-casualty…
Are you planning to join The March For Our Lives, a nationwide demonstration to end gun violence? Why not march in Washington or in your hometown wearing one of our three shirts? You’d be supporting a worthwhile cause: We’re donating 90 percent of profits to The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, a social welfare…
The Trump’s administration latest plans to address gun violence in the wake of the Parkland, FL, shooting, which were released Sunday night and basically fall in line with the NRA’s priorities, backpedal on many of the policies the president said he was considering just a few weeks ago.
Just days after Education Secretary Betsy DeVos complained about the “oversimplification and a mischaracterization” of her position on allowing teachers to carry guns in school, DeVos called for more schools to allow teachers to carry guns in schools.
Florida Governor Rick Scott signed new gun restrictions into law on Friday over objections by the powerful gun lobby, marking the first legislative effort to restrict firearms in the gun-friendly state in decades.
Florida lawmakers just sent a historic gun control bill to Gov. Rick Scott’s desk. While many Parkland families support the measure, it still falls short of addressing student survivors’ demands, and contains provisions that even the wildly pro-NRA Scott doesn’t back. The big question now: will Scott sign the bill or…
The current student movement for gun control may have started in Florida, but it’s spreading across the country. In one powerful example, hundreds of Baltimore students marched on City Hall and staged a die-in solidarity with Florida students to demand stricter gun control legislation.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos visited Marjory Stoneman Douglas High Schoolon Wednesday morning, where she briefly met with students who seemed to make clear that she was not a welcome guest.
High school students across the country are staging walkouts and rallies and gearing up for a massive national march to demand gun reform. But before you skip school and join the movement, you should know your rights. Luckily, we’re here to help.
It’s been less than a month since a 19-year-old armed with a legally purchased AR-15 rifle was able to stroll into his former Florida high school and take the lives of 17 people. But that won’t stop the NRA from continuing its bonkers video series that portrays any person in favor of reasonable gun control policy as a…
Florida Republican congressman Matt Gaetz wants the nation’s schools flooded with guns. He’s so excited about it that he even made the claim—which he quickly retracted—that he has experienced coming under fire.