The Powerful Silence of the March for Our Lives

I feel fortunate to have been in the crowd at the March For Our Lives on Saturday, March 24th. Every speech was painful to hear and remarkable to witness, not only because of the age and eloquence of the speakers, but because of the support they received from their audience. It was the first large-scale event I've attended that felt truly unified.  And then there were these moments, the life-changing moments detailed accurately in the Atlantic piece I've attached below. That silence was deafening. At the risk of sounding dramatic, I believe those hushed minutes were the dawning of a revolution.  Read the piece here: 

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