“The question is how are you most effectively going to engage with the political structures and political like, and I think again, dialogue, engagement, participation, and sometimes confrontation,” Von Arx said.
Markey explained that part of the reason the March for Our Lives was so powerful was that it focused entirely on the next generation of leaders.
“There’s so much that colleges and universities can do, so as to make sure that it’s an inclusive community for all students,” said Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of the University of California at Berkeley School of Law.
After serving in the Vietnam War, Rev. Paul McNellis, S.J. turned to God for answers, and eventually became a priest.