"I should be able to go to school without fearing for my life, and I hardly think that's too much to ask."
That's the message from Abby Javernick, a junior at Lakewood High School in Colorado. She wrote to the Denver Post to shine some light on an often overlooked perspective: the one of the students taking part in lock-downs.
She worries for her future, gets anxiety when the intercom clicks, and wonders why after the 6 major shootings in Colorado in her lifetime and in the 15 years since Columbine no one has made any lasting changes. When we will start listening?
Read her moving op-ed HERE.