Parkland survivor Cameron Kasky tweeted out Tuesday morning a picture of his clear backpack filled with tampons in what appears to be a protest against the new policy in his school:
— Cameron Kasky (@cameron_kasky) April 3, 2018
The policy was put in place following the tragic Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting with the goal of increasing overall safety by requiring all students to carry clear backpacks.
In March, Kasky’s fellow classmate and activist, David Hogg, stated:
“There are many, for example, females in our school that when they go through their menstrual cycle, they don’t want people to see their tampons and stuff.”
Well now, the brother of a slain student is speaking out.
Hunter Pollack, whose sister, Meadow, was killed during the shooting, responded to the tweet:
17 people dead, few students bring knives to school, multiple students making threats, and you’re making a joke complaining about clear back packs. https://t.co/G7nRPjf9A2
— Hunter Pollack (@PollackHunter) April 3, 2018
Hunter has previously claimed that he was barred from speaking at the March for Our Lives event because his “speech didn’t fit in to the agenda.”