Parkland Activist Says Barricade Renters Treat Students Like ‘Prisoners and Livestock’

With Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School making major changes to security in the wake of the mass shooting that occurred in February, many students claim their privacy has been violated and say the school now feels like a prison.

Now, one of the most prominent gun control activists from the school is even going as far as to accuse suppliers of the security measures of simply wanting to treat the students like “prisoners and livestock.”

Activist Emma González said the people in charge are making all the wrong changes and said things like having clear backpacks won’t make them safer:

To protest the mandatory clear backpacks, students are filling their bags with tampons:

Other students have voiced their displeasure as well.

“It feels like being punished,” student Isabelle Robinson said. “It feels like jail, being checked every time we go to school.”

“Tomorrow we will have to go through security check points and be given clear backpacks, my school is starting to feel like a prison,” student Sarah Chadwick tweeted.

What do you think?

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