The viral writer wants to galvanize young people with her new book, How to Start a Revolution. But past controversies — and a new complaint filed by her New York University students — threaten to undermine her message.
The Parkland students dominated our politics and culture through 2018 — then stepped away. Last week, about 300 young activists came together to reorganize and own up to what they say are mistakes around diversity.
“Now You Have A Seven-Hour Rehearsal Where You Have To Sing And Cry": After Parkland Students Survived The Shooting, Their Show Had To Go On
Dave Cullen captured inside details of how a group of teens grew into leading activists of the #NeverAgain movement. Read an exclusive first excerpt of his book Parkland out Feb. 12.
“I’m shaking with anger right now.”
Hogg said that he was “so emotional” after the massacre at his school, and that he now regrets not attending the listening session.
The authors — many survivors of the Parkland school shooting — are donating the money from the book to anti–gun violence organizations.
“Older Democrats just won’t move the fuck off the plate and let us take control. Nancy Pelosi is old,” the Parkland shooting survivor and March for Our Lives leader said.
Parkland school shooting survivor Jaclyn Corin told BuzzFeed News how she’s building a grassroots organization behind the scenes — and how she plans to balance that now that she’s back in school.
Hogg, speaking to BuzzFeed News, called the dangerous stunt a distraction.
Emma González, David Hogg, and Jaclyn Corin spoke with BuzzFeed News about their upcoming voter registration drive.
Publix Will Halt Political Contributions After Students Protested Its Support Of An NRA-Backed Candidate
Students led by Parkland shooting survivors and activists staged a die-in on Friday to protest the supermarket's support of a self-proclaimed "proud NRA sellout."
The March for Our Lives teens energized the nation after the shooting at their school. They quickly realized the tactics they used in Florida needed to be changed for Texas.
Jamie Allman, who hosted a nightly show at a Sinclair-owned ABC affiliate in St. Louis, had tweeted that he was "getting ready to ram a hot poker up David Hogg's ass," sparking widespread outrage and an advertiser boycott.
"We cannot and will not allow voices to be censored by agenda-driven intimidation efforts," a Fox News co-president said.
The star later claimed that the photo she'd seen was doctored. However, she has a history of making incendiary comments online.
At Least 26 Companies Have Now Pulled Their Ads From Laura Ingraham's Fox News Show After She Mocked A Parkland Survivor
"The decision of an adult to personally criticize a high school student who has lost his classmates in an unspeakable tragedy is not consistent with our values," one former advertiser said.
Now, a 28-year-old woman who was “horrified and embarrassed” by the candidate is running to fill the seat in her first-ever campaign.
Florida School Shooting Survivor Calls On Melania Trump To Bring Her Anti-Bullying Message To Trump Jr.
The president's son liked two tweets referring to a conspiracy theory attempting to discredit survivors.
YouTube Blamed Its "System" For Letting A Conspiracy Video About A Florida School Shooting Survivor Trend At No. 1
A video claiming that 17-year-old David Hogg was a paid actor was prominently featured on YouTube's Trending section, until public outrage forced the company to remove it.
The pro-Trump media chose a political enemy effectively born onto the internet and innately capable of waging an information war.
The tweets attacked a 17-year-old Parkland school shooting survivor by alleging that he was coached in an anti-Trump narrative by his father who is a former FBI agent.