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Naomi Wadler

You may know Naomi from her historic speech in front of hundreds of thousands at the March for Our Lives rally in Washington, D.C., where the 11 year old eloquently and bravely reminded the nation to not ignore black women when discussing violence. Naomi’s advocacy aims to give a voice to the large number of black women and girls who are disproportionately represented as victims of gun violence.

EllenTube

DiversiTEA with Naomi Wadler: Original Series

Ellen Tube

Here’s a sneak peek at the 12-year-old activist and March For our Lives speaker Naomi Wadler’s new series "DiversiTEA with Naomi Wadler." Watch as she sits down with inspiring people like tennis legend Serena Williams

The Wshington Post

The story behind 11-year-old Naomi Wadler and her March for Our Lives speech

The Washington Post

The youngest speaker at the March for Our Lives rally Saturday made one of the biggest splashes with an eloquent speech urging the nation not to forget black women, who are disproportionately represented among the victims of gun violence.

Teen Vogue

21 Under 21: Naomi Wadler Is Still Fighting for Black Girls Even Though She's Been Underestimated

Teen Vogue

Naomi Wadler is part of Teen Vogue’s 21 Under 21 Class of 2018, which spotlights extraordinary young women, girls, and femmes making waves in their industries or passions of choice.

Smithsonian Magazine

March for Our Lives Activist Naomi Wadler Isn’t Like Most 12-Year-Olds
 

Smithsonian Magazine

Disney Imagineer Bei Yang interviews the young activist about social media, gun violence, hope and her future
 

The Guardian

'Never again': how 11-year old Naomi Wadler became a rallying voice of black protest

The Guardian

After making a global impact at the March for Our Lives last weekend, Naomi Wadler and her mother retreated to a beach house. They spoke to the Guardian about activism and gun deaths

I-d Vice.com 

How Naomi Wadler is Going to Change the World

I-D Vice

11-year-old Naomi Wadler wowed the world with her impassioned speech at Washington’s March for Our Lives gun control rally. Here, she writes a poem celebrating Black Girl Magic.