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So many school shootings. So many protests. But it really is different this time. 
 
This moment reminds me of when the Greensboro Four sat down at a lunch counter in 1960 and captured the nation’s attention, largely because it was covered on national TV and the timing was right. It wasn’t nearly the first sit-in of it's kind, but it had a bigger impact than most before it.
 
These young people have a national platform and they’re using it SO WELL. They’re increasingly intersectional, and they're building a movement. I think this will evolve beyond guns and really help to energize the actual majority of the country that is sick of greed and corruption.
 
I hope we can all continue to support their leadership.
 

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