STUDENT MARCH TO STOP GUN VIOLENCE
Student March to Stop Gun Violence
The purpose of the Student March to Stop Gun Violence is to collaborate with the Resistance and others that share our goal of reducing, and one day ending the scourge of gun violence that plagues America. Led by students, we seek the wisdom, guidance and experience of activists and community leaders who have preceded us, who continue to inspire us and upon who shoulders we stand. We seek to provide students the opportunity to make their voices heard to protect lives, including our own, and to shape our own future. We seek to inspire and to educate youth to become activists, not only for gun control, but for other issues that affect our future such as environmental protection and universal health care.
To achieve our goals, we use education, marches, rallies, protests, and political action, supporting candidates who share our views, and opposing candidates who do not. We are non-partisan and work with every political party, creed and background. We join teachers, principals and administrators in safe, non-violent action that does not interfere with important school activities.
Meet the Team
Meet our founder and advisors who all work together to try to end gun violence.
Founder / President
Ever since a young age, Ari has been a prominent student activist in the community. He has spoken out on many issues, including the environment, religious harmony, and especially gun violence. He is a 16 year old sophomore at Olympic Heights High School.
In the News
Sunday, July 1, 2018 at 3:00
South County Civic Center
16700 Jog Road, Delray Beach 33446
Because Independence Day is nearing, we are proclaiming independence from the Liar in Chief. We will no longer let Trump deface our country and go against all of its values. Join us under a covered pavilion for empowering speeches and entertainment as we show the nation that we are standing up to Trump and his horrendous policies.