High School 2nd Amendment Activist Kashuv Offers Classmates Free Trip to Turning Point Summit in DC

The pro-Second Amendment activist at the Florida high school where 17 died in a school shooting in February is inviting his fellow students to attend a high school leadership summit in Washington next month. Kyle Kashuv, a rising senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, recently became the director of high school outreach for Turning Point USA and will chair the July 24-26 summit at George Washington University. Turning Point is a nonprofit youth organization that promotes the principles of fiscal responsibility, free markets, and limited government. “All of my fellow Marjory Stoneman Douglas students are invited to receive the full scholarship, and I implore them to take us up on the offer,” Kashuv told The Daily Signal. The scholarship will cover travel, lodging, and other expenses. We updated our speaker list for #HSLS2018 ! There are still more to be announced!! @TPUSA https://t.co/0WPhOayBVg Who are you most excited to hear? — Kyle Kashuv (@KyleKashuv) June 26, 2018 “[Turning Point founder Charlie Kirk] and I made this scholarship, because we didn’t want any of my classmates to have any reason not to come to the event. We also knew it was important that the students that have not been able to garner much media attention get a voice and have the opportunity to speak with lawmakers,” Kashuv said. “[The summit] will be a great opportunity for that.” The summit will be an opportunity for Parkland students and other young people from across the country to engage […]

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.