On March 21, Corin wrote a powerful article in Seventeen talking about why she has chosen to help organize March For Our Lives and be an activist for change. It's a really interesting look into how it feels to go from a normal teenager to the survivor of a school shooting. I suggest you all read it. She wrote,
I began to advocate for the people of my community and the victims we lost. But as time progressed, I realized that my classmates and I needed to fight, not only for us, but for those who experience gun violence on every level.
She is definitely fighting for those who need it and standing up to any adversaries that comes her way: like people who think Corin and her fellow student activists are in the pocket of lobbyists.
Also, she just saw snow for the first time. Congrats, Jaclyn.
These Parkland student activists are strong-willed and are a force for change in this country. Follow them on Twitter, keep up with what they're doing, and help support them any way you can. They might be younger than me, but I would be happy to be any one of them when I grow up.