A youth-driven moment deserves youth-driven reporting. We asked teens across the country to document what went down on their campuses for #nationalschoolwalkout.
In the past we felt we couldn’t do anything to change this. Now we are realizing that we can use our voices to make a difference.
Survivors of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are surrounded by reminders of the friends they lost. Here, three Parkland teens process the tragedy through music, poetry, and art.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas sophomore Jenna Harris turns to poetry as nothing in her world feels normal.
As a survivor of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.. this is my life now: If I’m not at home, I’m in counseling, speaking at a rally, or visiting memorials in the park. Activism is a way to cope, not necessarily to grieve.
The whole time, I was shaking with fear. Now, I am shaking only with rage.
The survivors of the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida have a message for lawmakers: we don’t want thoughts and prayers. We want gun control.
Youth Radio has covered the “youth beat” for 25 years, more than a generation. Sadly, our work now includes regular reporting on school shootings.
Students took to social media and texted their parents while the school remained on lockdown.