- Leading organizer of March for Our Lives
- Within days of the deadly shooting he survived, Kasky founded the #NeverAgain movement on Twitter, calling on lawmakers to introduce and enact legislation mandating stricter background checks for people who want to purchase firearms
- #NeverAgain is meant to take a stand against gun violence and offers students, many of whom are too young to vote, a voice in the ongoing gun debate
- Kasky and his friends gathered together to discuss their response to the violence, which ultimately led to the organization of the March for Our Lives protest
Leading Organizer, March for Our Lives
Cameron Kasky, a survivor of the Parkland Massacre, is the co-founder of March For Our Lives. Cameron, hurt personally by the tragedy at his school, saw a need for change in the form of gun law reform and jumped right into action, forming March For Our Lives. Cameron later went on to be a driving force in creating the march in the Nation’s capital, Washington D.C., that took place on March 24th, 2018. The march had an estimated attendance of 450,000, and inspired over 800 other marches around the country that same day.
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