Gun Violence

Safe Schools, Gun Control, Legislation, Protect Our Children, Assault, March for Our Lives, Mass Shootings, Gun Lobby, Gun Laws

They Might Be Thinking:

  • Is my school safe? What are the safety protocols at my school?
  • Should I feel afraid to go to school and feel safe?
  • I don't feel safe in my own school.
  • I have trouble sleeping due to recent gun violence in schools.
  • I'm concerned a shooter could come into my school at any time.
  • I feel like I need to do something to make a difference.
  • I want to make sure that children are safe in schools.
  • I am proud of the young people standing up for their rights.
  • We are the future! We are going to vote for strong leaders.
  • What is the NRA?
  • Why does the NRA control decisions about gun control?
  • What is the school safety act?
  • What are the current gun laws in my state?
  • I want to be a part of the movement.
  • If I take action, will I get into trouble, either at school or with law enforcement?

Words That Might Be Encouraging:

Words That Might Be Discouraging:

  • Marches don't really do a lot to change anything.
  • After things calm down, things will quickly go back to normal.
  • All schools are at risk. We can't really do anything to change it.
  • You don't want to get involved in politics. Just keep your mouth shut.
  • What is the best case scenerio for what you would like do see changed?
  • You could get in a lot of trouble if you get arrested at a protest.
  • What do your parents think about your activism?
  • You want to take away my rights as an American.
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