#ParklandSchoolShooting | When the children rise up…..

The Soweto Uprising led by children changed the course of history for South Africa against apartheid. So will #NeverAgainMSD movement led by children will change the course of history for #GunControl in America.

Cameron Kasky confronting Marco Rubio about accepting donations from the NRA. The kid is fearless. He ain’t playing. Powerful. I am amazed at them every day. They have become the leaders and are fierce. They’re a force to be reckoned with. They are the Balm of Gilead to soothe our wounds and give us hope. Change is coming.

Parkland school shooting survivor David Hogg: “I want a major re-haul of everybody that’s in our current House of Representatives”

David Hogg calls out Dana Loesch for duping NRA members….

Soweto uprising: The Soweto uprising was a series of demonstrations and protests led by black school children in South Africa that began on the morning of 16 June 1976.

Students from numerous Sowetan schools began to protest in the streets of Soweto in response to the introduction of Afrikaans as the medium of instruction in local schools. It is estimated that 20,000 students took part in the protests. They were met with fierce police brutality. The number of protesters killed by police is usually given as 176, but estimates of up to 700 have been made. In remembrance of these events, 16 June is now a public holiday in South Africa, named Youth Day.

On the morning of 16 June 1976, between 10,000 and 20,000 black students walked from their schools to Orlando Stadium for a rally to protest against having to learn through Afrikaans in school. Many students who later participated in the protest arrived at school that morning without prior knowledge of the protest, yet agreed to become involved. The protest was planned by the Soweto Students’ Representative Council’s (SSRC) Action Committee, with support from the wider Black Consciousness Movement. Teachers in Soweto also supported the march after the Action Committee emphasised good discipline and peaceful action.

Tsietsi Mashinini led students from Morris Isaacson High School to join up with others who walked from Naledi High School. The students began the march only to find out that police had barricaded the road along their intended route. The leader of the action committee asked the crowd not to provoke the police and the march continued on another route, eventually ending up near Orlando High School. The crowd of between 3,000 and 10,000 students made their way towards the area of the school. Students sang and waved placards with slogans such as, “Down with Afrikaans”, “Viva Azania” and “If we must do Afrikaans, Vorster must do Zulu”.

The police set their dog on the protesters, who responded by killing it. The police then began to shoot directly at the children.

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  6. I said from the beginning these kids are a force to be reckoned with. Folks didn’t see this coming and they’re shook. It’s a beautiful thing. #MarchForOurLives

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  9. @Nestlé has pulled ads from @IngrahamAngle show

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  10. E.X.P.E.D.I.A. DOT. COM Thanks @Expedia

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  11. Don’t you have kids @IngrahamAngle? There are lines one does not cross. Where was your mother wit? Mocking kids fighting for the right to not get shot is not a game. What you did was beyond the pale. #BoycottLauraIngraham

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  13. I told y’all these #ParklandStudents are a force to be reckoned with…….

    Don’t come for them unless they call for you………..#MarchForOurLives #BoycottLauraIngraham

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  14. Let this be a lesson. Don’t fugg with kids who are fighting for their right to not get shot down in school……………#MarchForOurLives #BoycottLauraIngraham

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  15. Awl! See how money will make’em get right? She would have continued the attacks if the advertisers weren’t fleeing her show. #BoycottLauraIngraham

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  16. Just shows how wicked and evil some people are in this country. They glorify violence. And that’s why we have such a wicked justice system. The country was built on 2 monumental tragedies. Genocide of Native Americans & Slavery! You can’t wash that stain off!

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  20. .@IngrahamAngle gon learn to stay in her lane. A grown ass woman bullying kids. Make that call, folks. Get to her advertisers.

    Dear @IngrahamAngle Stay In Your Lane…………………..

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  23. The Parkland kids are savvy AF. Lets see what Melania will do?

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  25. #NeverAgainMSD #ParklandStudents These kids are going to take you down, NRA. #TimesUp

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  29. Parkland Students are LIT! 🔥🔥🔥

    CHANGE IS COMING….KEEP YOUR EYES PEELED

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  32. Lord Jesus! I pray for a speedy and complete recovery…

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  41. SICK AND TWISTED SHIT….

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  47. WHAT IS THIS, FOLKS?

    Footage Shows Multiple Police Officers Removing Bag From Parkland, Florida High School

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  71. Florida shooting victim, Maddy Wilford, holds a news conference

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  72. Florida high school shooting survivor Maddy Wilford holds a news conference, along with her doctors

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  73. rikyrah says:

    These young people have NFTG.
    Good for them.

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  78. When the children rise up……

    #FreedomRiders: Diane Nash was a leader & strategist of the student wing of the 1960s Civil Rights Movement. College kids so brave and courageous made out their last will & testaments and READY TO DIE!

    https://3chicspolitico.com/2014/02/10/black-history-the-freedom-riders/

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  79. vitaminlover says:

    Honestly this garbage about these students being actors is sooooo ridiculous!

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  80. #NeverAgainMSD #ParklandStudents change is coming…

    🎶🎤People get ready, there’s a train comin’
    You don’t need no baggage, you just get on board
    All you need is faith to hear the diesels hummin’
    You don’t need no ticket you just thank the lord…🎶🎤

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  87. Ametia says:

    Thank you, SG2, for highlighting the student movement.

    Also let’s be vigilant about fake news sights. The Russians are still in the game.

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  92. yahtzeebutterfly says:

    Thank you, SG2, for this history of the student movement in South Africa and its effect toward ending apartheid.

    I really do think that the student movement here will be successful.

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