Americans' obsession with guns are killing us. Other countries don't have this problem, why do we insist on clinging to 19th century justice and neanderthal attitudes?
When Joaquin's father put up the blank space to symbolize the picture of his son that would never be, I had to remind myself to breathe. @ChangeTheRef Your art and mission is such an important part of this change. #neveragain #MarchForOurLives pic.twitter.com/a6L51JoSzx— Jacqueline Pereda (@JackiePereda1) March 26, 2018
We are demanding change all over the world! See you guys this weekend in LA - Saturday April 7th 2018, where once again we will be demanding change!— Change the Ref (@ChangeTheRef) April 4, 2018
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Guac’s dad went to Springfield, MA, to the headquarters of Smith and Wesson - where the AR-15 that killed his son and 16 other eagles was built. He wanted to paint a wall so the employees would see what their work caused. He was denied the permit. His son was denied a life. pic.twitter.com/p5YgDX6xyx— Emma González (@Emma4Change) April 24, 2018