Fearless Student Dares Stand Up & Tell Walkout Protesters What They Should Really Be Doing

Kirsters Baish| There were nationwide walkouts on Wednesday in high schools around the country. Students claimed that they were in remembrance of the 17 students and staff members killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last month.

A lot of these young activists claim that gun control is the best response to these violent attacks, but some offered different steps. A Washington student explained that she wanted to see her peers be kinder to one another. She believes that bullying is a big factor in school shootings.

iFIBER One News reported that Angelica Mansfield was the one student out of a group of 200 at Moses Lake High School who addressed the whole group.

In her statement, the student shamed other students for failing to turn their anger into action. She explained, “Before we just stand here for 17 minutes and don’t do nothing, because that’s what we’re going to do right now, I just wanted to say, like, we’re out there for a shooting — school shootings — you guys are all at a school, OK?”