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Leslie Salzillo Apr 20
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Louise Olivier Sep 11
We had our first lockdown drill of the school year today! And for extra fun, they didn’t tell us it was a drill. Some students grabbed textbooks to shield themselves from potential bullets. This is the reality of being a student in America right now.
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Christine Marsh for Senate--LD28 Apr 20
Today's "die in" at the Capitol suggests that our students definitely think his plan is a joke. Watch out, folks: many of them will be voting in 2018 & 2020, and all of them will be voting beyond that.
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Jocelyn Roof Apr 20
So inspired by all my friends at for standing up and walking out for what they believe in! Proud to be a Wahawk today and every day.
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ry Apr 22
in one weekend 5 people were killed because of gun violence in a public place WE NEED CHANGE
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Shawn Mendes Updates Oct 11
Over the past few months, has expressed his support/helped raise awareness for mental health education, against gun violence, at the Global Citizen festival, & the Mercury Phoenix Trust in the fight against HIV/AIDS. ❤️
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Paul E. Martin May 15
Hey — time to man up and protect our children instead of the . Don’t wait until the next massacre. Join me and forward thinking Republicans in doing what’s right.
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ProgressShark doot doot da do Sep 1
*Just a reminder* first appeared at the . believes in nuanced positions that seek middle ground and that honor all peoples' rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Sometimes it is a delicate balance.
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Josselyn Berry Apr 20
Their response? "We are not here for bartering"
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Tyra Hemans Apr 12
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NBC Bay Area May 30
Meet Benje Choucroun, the 13-year-old Bay Area student who brought WH Press Sec to tears when he asked her about the administration's efforts to keep children safe from school shootings. Benje also took part in in SF.
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Emilee McGovern Oct 31
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Elizabeth Warren Oct 21
Elizabeth Warren was proud to with students in Springfield. Congress shouldn’t work for the NRA. We must pass common-sense gun reform to keep our kids safe in our schools and on our streets.
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Shelley Kohl Nov 8
you have some knew alliances in Thousand Oaks Ca. They need you right now can any of you head their way
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Jfather Apr 20
I am proud to be raised in a generation that refuses to be silenced by politicians and the NRA. Remember this cannot end here, we must keep the fight alive until we finally see the change we want become law. Keep it up ❤
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Ms Maureen Kabrik Jul 4
Dem dey take us count scores, dem dey take us ask questions which government kill pass, whether Na PDP or APC govt kill people pass.Very soon we go carry firewood, stove, foodstuffs, mattress come dey sleep for front of Villa make dem kill all of us-Ghana Must Go
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Ms Maureen Kabrik Jul 4
Enough of the President abdicating his responsibility to God.We have all that it takes for us to be a Great Nation.This current administration must Protect each and everyone of us. It is their Primary responsibility and we will hold them accountable-
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Eric Daniels Apr 20
We are asking for more then just a moment of silence.
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Susan Vercelli Aug 4
Make trend today. Would have been his 18th birthday.
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Elizabeth Warren Oct 30
Elizabeth Warren joined students in Boston, Worcester, & Springfield to fight for common-sense gun reform. Congress must stop working for NRA & finally take action to keep our kids safe.
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