Articles tagged: March for Our Lives
GUPD removes pro-gun group from Red Square following March for Our Lives’ counterprotest
On Tuesday afternoon, two men from Young Americans for Liberty (YAL), began tabling in Red Square, before being asked to leave by GUPD.
The kids are dying: What HIV/AIDS activism and gun violence prevention say about America
The parallels between March for Our Lives and ACT UP make it clear: When tragedy strikes, it’s okay to demand that our government do better.
March for Our Lives Georgetown discusses gun violence
“This is not a Republican issue. This is not a Democratic issue. This is an American issue,” said Dr. Joseph Sakran, director of emergency general surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital... Read more
Carrying On: One Mass Shooting Is Too Many
with contributions by Caroline Wilkerson, a former student at Pepperdine University Caroline: No one can warn you about what a mass shooting feels like. Nothing can prepare you for... Read more
Marching On: Students Bring Gun Control Group to the Hilltop
When Kira Pomeranz (COL ’22) talks about gun violence, she gets intense, waving her hands and sighing about the enduring prevalence of the problem. “Quite frankly,” Pomeranz said, “the reason I... Read more
Panel on successful movements stresses the importance of student activism
Panelists looked at the causes of success in social and political movements during a discussion at Georgetown on March 23. Convened by University President John DeGioia, the panel, “What Makes... Read more
March for Our Lives draws Georgetown student support, criticism
As Saturday’s March for Our Lives wound down, Ari Goldstein (COL ’18) waited for a friend to find him at the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and 9th Street. Above his... Read more