Middle schoolers in Miami are writing poetry and persuasive essays about school safety policies for a student magazine they hope will convince Congress to pass laws to prevent mass shootings.
At this Florida middle school, students are working on their second edition of a magazine focused on legislation to help prevent mass shootings.
"If we can get this generation to be above politics, we can be in a better place," a teacher says.https://t.co/dSrakZdgm9
— NPR (@NPR) February 15, 2020
Turning tragedy into activism. Proud of these brave middle school students who are speaking up and writing about the importance of finding ways to end gun violence. #LoveandKindess #MSDStrong https://t.co/ywe9ZHnFLA
— Alberto M. Carvalho (@MiamiSup) February 14, 2020