The New Hampshire Social Justice League was founded in February 2018 by students from across New Hampshire. As our generation has grown up, we have seen both incredible progress and abject failure in our society as we strive towards equality, inclusivity, and safety in our schools, communities, and nation. This group was founded with the specific purpose of organizing young people in New Hampshire for action that brings us closer to these ideals. The catalyst for our formation was the activism displayed by the survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. We stand with them in our current focus on gun reform in order to end the horrendous cycle of mass shootings in which our nation is currently trapped. Right now, we are pushing for the implementation of universal background checks, a ban on bump stocks and all automatic weapons, and red flag legislation.
On April 20th, the 19th anniversary of the Columbine shooting, the NH Social Justice League will be bringing students from all across New Hampshire together to the New Hampshire State House. We intend demand action from state senators and governor on gun reform. Students will Leave the Pleasant Street Parking Lot near Concord High School at 9:45 and will hold a rally at the State House from 10 AM to 12 PM. For updates, return to our site and follow the Facebook page.