Tag Archives: David Hogg

On the day of a global climate strike, youth and activism

Below is a post I offered at The Conversation last week, where you will find some comments. Unlike almost everything else on this site, the entry below benefited from the good attentions of an editor, Emily Schwartz Greco. A gaggle … Continue reading

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The young people ARE winning

“The young people will win,” is Parkland activist David Hogg’s tagline. He tweets it, starts speeches with it, and clearly believes it. Audiences don’t always catch on right away, but Hogg is, above all else, persistent. They’ll get it. The … Continue reading

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The Parkland kids visit UCI

OK, it’s not strictly accurate to call them all kids anymore; some are in college now, and most are old enough to vote. More than that, in spite of the tragedy they’ve lived through–or maybe partly because of it–they’ve developed a … Continue reading

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The kids are alright: young activists brace for the NRA onslaught

As soon as the brave and committed Parkland students revealed that “thoughts and prayers” would not be an adequate response to the mass shooting they lived through, ardent gun supporters set their sites on the kids. Social media provide ready … Continue reading

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