Headline April 03, 2018/ '' ' HEROES RAISE HANDS' ''


''IF THE BALL ISN'T DROPPED, this might just work. In the years ahead, The World Students Society will help build a great world for you all.

''The entire world is starting to recognize what a force they are to be reckoned with........... a generation that wants to make things better and who do not really see their age as a barrier.'' 

LEADERS, Grandparents, Parents, Students, Professors and Teachers raise hands, stand tall, and give The World Students Society a standing ovation:

Merium, Rabo, Haleema, Saima, Sarah, Dee, Dantini, Zilli, Juniper, Aqsa, Sherbano, Lakshmi, Hussain, Shahzaib, Jordan, Vishnu, Ali, Salar, Haider, Bilal, Zaeem, Reza, Danyial,  Ghazi, and Little Angels :

Maria, Maynah, Harem, Ibrahim, Hannyia and Merium and The students of the entire world. 

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In the United States, student David Hogg is a leading campaigner for gun control while in Europe student Greta Thunberg fights to defend the climate.

They may only be teenagers, but both have drawn worldwide followings for their clear messages and fierce commitment - symbols of generation of surprising militancy.

Student Hogg, who is 18, is the leader of the March for Our Lives movement, launched by students from high school in Parkland, Florida., where a heavily armed gunman massacred 17 people on Feb 14, 2018.

The movement pushing for stricter gun control legislation, has mobilized hundreds of thousands of young Americans.

Thunberg, a pig-tailed Swedish student   who looks younger even than her 16 years, has become the European face of the fight against  global warming , inspiring huge crowds of young protesters to take to the streets, including in Germany, which had not seen such massive turnouts since the heady days of reunification.

Student Thunberg has come far from the days when she mounted a brave but lonely protest standing on the steps of the Swedish parliament. She is now mentioned as a possible Nobel Prize winner for 2019.

Were she to win that lofty award, Thurberg would be the youngest Laureate ever, younger even than Pakistani schoolgirl, Malala Yousafzai, who at 17 won the 2014 Nobel for her fight - even after being shot by a Taliban gunman - for educations rights for girls and women.

Some members of this new generation are even more precocious. Consider American schoolgirl Alice Paul Tapper, who was only 10 in 2017,'' when she started her ''Raise Your Hand'' campaign to encourage girls not to let themselves be intimidated

The movement caught fire on social media boosted by help from her Girl Scout troop and also by the celebrity of her father, CNN newsman Jack Tapper.

Her new-book ''Raise Your Hand'' published this week, briefly ranked 12th on Amazon's list of ''hot new releases''.

According to several experts, these examples illustrate a rise in youthful involvement not seen in years - akin, some say, to the activism seen during the US civil rights protests of the 1960s.

If youth has always been synonymous with protests, the trend seemed to have gone latent for years.

''We went through a generation, or almost two when we were not seeing a lot of activism,'' said Elizabeth Matto, a Rutgers University specialist in youthful  political participation.

''The Generation we are calling Generation Z now,'' she said, we are showing a ''real inclination to engage in expressing their political voice.''

The Honor and Serving of the latest Global Operational Research on Heroic Students, continues.

With respectful dedication to the Leaders, Grandparents, Parents, Students, Professors and Teachers of the world. See Ya all prepare for Great Global Elections and ''register'' on : wssciw.blogspot.com and Twitter - !E-WOW! - the Ecosystem 2011:

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