The Gazette reports Billings high school student activists– along with area faith leaders– have revived a push for a Billings nondiscrimination ordinance. The group of West High students are clear about what they’re after. They gathered after school on Wednesday, and West senior Allison Johnson said “It’s important for Billings — not just socially but economically — to listen to what young people have to say,” The groundswell of youth activism nationwide has grown since vocal and motivated survivors of the Parkland, Florida gun massacre began motivating young people. Johnson, along with her fellow students, argued that in order for the city to recruit and keep young talent, Billings needs to embrace more of the issues that are important to young people. She added “It’s not radical… It’s basic human rights.” Read the whole story online at;

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