Delaney Tarr is a second-year student at the University of Georgia. She graduated from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, where a mass shooting left her and her community heartbroken. This shooting, which occurred Feb. 14, 2018, sparked March For Our Lives, an international gun reform organization that pushes for awareness and reformed legislation on gun control policies. Tarr balances her schoolwork with her activism, which often takes her across the country to numerous panels, marches, and summits. In an exclusive interview with The Red & Black, Tarr discussed how she balances the two as well as her opinions on gun policy, the political atmosphere at UGA and negative push-back the movement has faced.

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