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Emma Gonzalez’s advice to young women: “It is important to remember that quote from Eleanor Roosevelt: ‘No one can make you feel inferior without your consent’”

From Margot Robbie and Emma Mackey, to Olivia Culpo and Eiza González - these are the celebrity lookalikes that we can't quite get over... and no, you're not seeing double!

Emma Gonzalez: "There are plenty of critics out there who think, ‘You guys aren’t reacting to this properly, you’re faking all of your emotions,' ... But we are children. We have a lot of energy, we skip down the hallway sometimes — sorry"

Eiza Gonzalez, Camilla Belle and Emma Roberts looked stunning at the #VeryRalph  premiere!

Opinion | Emma González and Tyah-Amoy Roberts: On gun reform, the battle for the hearts and minds of voters has already been won. - @NBCNewsTHINK 

I often think about this beautiful, emotionally wise essay by Parkland activist Emma Gonzalez, which captures so much about our era.

Parkland survivor Emma González does not like Madonna's #GodControl  video

Parkland survivor Emma González does not like Madonna's #GodControl  video


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WATCH: Emma Gonzalez names the murdered Parkland victims and observes several minutes of silence in a 6-minute, 20-second speech that covered the same time it took the gunman to kill 17 people in her high school: "Fight for your lives before it's someone else's job."

"They say that tougher gun laws do not decrease gun violence. We call BS!" Florida high school shooting survivor Emma Gonzalez calls on President Trump and lawmakers to tighten gun restrictions in impassioned speech at an anti-gun rally in Fort Lauderdale

Emma Gonzalez. A student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. An American Hero. Watch This. All of it. The young people will set us free.

Emma Gonzalez stayed on stage at the D.C. #MarchForOurLives  rally for 6 minutes and 20 seconds - the duration of the Parkland shooting.

Emma Gonzalez'>Watch Emma Gonzalez take the stage for 6 minutes and 20 seconds — the exact amount of time it took for a gunman with an AR-15 to take 17 lives in Parkland

Emma Gonzalez’s instantly historic speech got the nation to stop and listen about gun reform. Now she’s taking her message to Washington D.C. in the hope of making Parkland America’s last mass shooting.

Student Emma Gonzalez’s message to Congress: “This is our fight now, because you messed it up so badly that you left it to the kids. Now it’s our job, and you can’t try to take that back from us.”

Stoneman Douglas student tells 60 Minutes why arming teachers is "stupid." Emma Gonzalez, a survivor of last month's school shooting in Florida, is fighting for gun safety. But there's one proposal she doesn't want to see implemented.

At the March for Our Lives rally in Washington, Florida school survivor Emma Gonzalez weeps quietly for the majority of her speech, which lasted 6 minutes and 20 seconds — the duration of the Stoneman Douglas massacre