High school senior, Emma Gonzalez, told Fox News last week: 'Please stop allowing us to be gunned down in our hallways.'She insisted that this would be the final school shooting in US history.'We will be the last mass shooting,' said Gonzalez, a senior at the high school who took cover on the floor of the auditorium as a shooter rampaged through the building.Gonzalez and other students said they are organizing a protest in Washington on March 24 called March For Our Lives to call for action by politicians.She was referring to the numerous student survivors who are planning to march on Washington, DC, to demand tighter gun control.
He claimed in the wake of the tragedy that gun control would not have stopped the shooting.
'People keep asking us, what about the Stoneman Douglas shooting is going to be different, because this has happened before and change hasn't come?
' Cameron Kasky, an 11th-grader, told ABC's 'This Week.' 'This is it.' 'At the end of the day, this isn't a red and blue thing. This is about everybody and how we are begging for our lives,' he added on Face The Nation.
He also made similar comments after the Pulse nightclub shooting.
The students are hoping to get a reaction from President Donald Trump who is yet to endorse any gun control policies.