Time magazine’s new cover features survivors of February’sMarjory Stoneman Douglas High School mass shootingwho organized this weekend’s March For Our Livesprotests for stronger gun laws in Washington and other cities.
“Enough,” reads the headline, superimposed over the crossed arms of Parkland seniorEmma González— now a recognizable face in the fight for gun control, thanks in part to animpassioned speech in the days after the shooting and her trademark buzz-cut hair.
The cover also features her outspoken fellow students, Jaclyn Corin, Alex Wind, Cameron Kasky and David Hogg.
The five students havepublicly demandedthat lawmakers make policy changes to keep schools safe since a gunman armed with an assault-style rifle attacked their South Florida high school Feb. 14.
Last week, their efforts inspired students across the nationto walk outof their classrooms to protest gun violence. Students at many schools observed 17 minutes of silence to honor the 17 people who were killed in the Parkland shooting.
“Over the past month, these students have become the central organizers of what may turn out to be the most powerful grassroots gun-reform movement in nearly two decades.” wrote Time’s Charlotte Alter for the magazine’s cover story. “For much of the rest of the country, numbed and depressed by repeated mass shootings, the question has become, Can these kids actually do it?”
Read Time’s cover story here.
This article originally appeared on HuffPost.