But being around David, who is just a lovely walking bag of facts, makes it a lot easier.
The media request does not seek images from inside the school or video that shows victims of the shooting, including injured people being treated or transported by emergency personnel. They want our voices to be silenced.
CAMERON KASKY: In the name of 17 people, you can not ask the NRA to keep their money out of your campaign? "I just didn't know from what". I knew somewhat about this stuff because my dad was an Federal Bureau of Investigation agent and we talked about [it] a lot around my house.
KASKY: Everybody who's speaking is young. I firmly believe that is what our founding fathers would have wanted us to do. This is our generation. "And we sent Alaina to school that day, to a school we thought was safe with a school resource officer present".
"Everyone should have been outraged when 6- and 7-year-olds were killed, but they weren't", said Folden. You're a high school student. Marco Rubio, a spokeswoman for the NRA, Dana Loesch, and citizens from all over South Florida.When a student asked Rubio if he was with us or against us he couldn't make the promise not to support the NRA.
Protesters across the country brought with them signs that sought to underscore their intense frustration and anger with policymakers over the issue of gun violence. They're marching because our lives depend on it.
Student organizer Casey Sherman says the Parkland march is the heart of the movement, a mile from the school where 17 died. That's up from 61 percent who said the same in October of 2016 and 55 percent when the AP first asked the question in October of 2013.
Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer said in an order dated Wednesday that attorney Alex Arreaza lacks legal standing to make such a motion. They're right. What do we do? I totally agree. Let's make a change'. I grew up in a household watching 60 Minutes ever since I can remember.
How much did you know about gun laws before this shooting?
She was hospitalized for days and walked with a cane for weeks. Listen to kids, and you'll hear eloquence, clarity, passion, and objective, much like we're hearing now, which existed long before this moment of national attention and will continue long after the cameras are gone.
I would say more than your average high school student. Guns are part of my family's culture.
Meanwhile, young people took the stage blocks from the White House, calling on elected officials to do more to stop gun violence.
Joey Merkel, a 17-year-old junior at Pennridge, told Newsweek that he learned about the shooting from a notification on his phone. We're the targets now. "You can hear the people in power shaking", he said to loud applause. "We must educate ourselves and start conversations that keep our country moving forward and we will". We listen to all the advice we get. "They own this, they're not being told what to do". We will take action every day, every way until they simply can not ignore us anymore.
The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s 9-year-old granddaughter Yolanda Renee King gave a rousing speech at the Washington rally, drawing from the civil rights leader's most famous words. In the aftermath, his newfound activism has helped him get through. Those aren't the people writing our words. "It should've happened a long time ago. after all these shootings there really should have been change".
And in early March, Scott signed into law the first gun control legislation - known as the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act - that raised the minimum age to purchase a firearm to 21 from 18, appropriated more than $69 million for mental health assistance in schools, and banned the sale or possession of bump fire stocks.