Cade Lee shares his experience as a student and activist at UNC Charlotte on April 30th, 2019, when a former student opened fire on a classroom killing two students and injuring four others. Months before the tragedy, Mr. Lee founded the UNC Charlotte chapter of March for Our Lives, a group committed to ending gun violence. He was on his way to Raleigh, North Carolina to participate in a teacher's march when he heard about the incident on campus. In the days that followed he worked with Charlotte's chapter of the NAACP to hold a rally and vigil to honor their fallen classmates and make a statement to local leaders to act to prevent further gun related violence. Mr. Lee discusses his activism in the Charlotte Community and his run for County Commissioner of District three in Mecklenburg County. He notes the need for young people to be involved in local politics to promote change.