After the tragic mass shootings in Parkland, Florida on Valentine's Day, the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School has finally re-opened with a series of security measures. But the students are not happy.
New security measures include fences around the school, portable ID cards and transparent backpacks that make it harder to hide weapons – all these are the students behind the march for our lives it came to their Security and made the school a prison of a learning place.
That's why the young activists are against them – especially the transparent backpacks that they claim are a violation of their privacy and are simply useless.
… or a Barricade renter says, "Hey, you need extra fences that create the illusion of security and are easy to jump, making you all feel like a combination of prisoner and livestock ? "…
– Emma González (@ Emma4Change) April 3, 2018
Now the students are protesting with their transparent backpacks, some filling them with tissue paper and others, like this teenager, filling them with tampons.
– Cameron Kasky (@cameron_kasky) April 3, 2018
One student added an orange price tag for $ 1.05 (the total NRA donations to Marco Rubio divided by the number of students in Florida) on her.
This backpack is probably worth more than my #trends #NeverAgain pic.twitter.com/sVAfRbt12R
– Carmen Lo // #NEVERAGAIN (@xo_karmin_ox) 2. April 2018