Emma Gonzalez Bio, Affair, Single, Net Worth, Ethnicity, Age, Nationality, Height

(Advocate, Activist)

Relationship Facts of Emma Gonzalez

  • Emma Gonzalez is not having an affair with anyone presently.
  • Her sexual orientation is not straight and is lesbian.

More about the relationship

As for the source, she hasn’t been engaged to anyone in the past. Her sexual orientation is bisexual. It is believed that she is in a relationship As she posted a video on TikTok.

Who is Emma Gonzalez?

Emma Gonzalez is an American activist and gun control, advocate. She is also one of the survivors of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting.

The shooting occurred on February 14, 2018, in Parkland, Florida, and took away the lives of 17 students and staff members.

In response, she co-founded the gun-control advocacy organization ‘Never Again MSD.’

She came into national prominence after her fiery speech at a rally against gun violence, in which she declared the slogan “We call B.S.” which later went viral.

Emma Gonzalez: Age, Parents, Siblings, Ethnicity

Emma Gonzalez, 21, was born on 11th November 1999 in Florida, United States. Emma’s mother is Beth Gonzalez, a math tutor, and her father is Jose Gonzalez, a cybersecurity attorney.

They were immigrants from Cuba who migrated to New York City in 1968. She grew up in Parkland, Florida, and has two older brothers and sisters.

She is of Hispanic origin. On her father’s side, she is of Cuban heritage.

Education, School/College University

She is graduate from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in 2018.

She is the president of her school’s “gay-straight alliance.” She was the leader of the tracking team for ‘Project Aquila,’ a school project that intended to launch a weather balloon “to the edge of space.”

David Hogg, a fellow student, documented the entire process. Her favorite topics are creative writing and astronomy, whereas mathematics is her least favorite.

Protest against gun control

Emma Gonzalez delivered an 11-minute statement during a gun control demonstration in front of the Broward County Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on February 17, 2018. Her speech was in response to the deadly shootings at Stoneman Douglas High School, which she had witnessed only three days ago.

According to ‘The Washington Post’, her speech became symbolic of the ‘new strain of furious advocacy’ that rose immediately after the shootings.

On February 20, 2018, she and other survivors met with Florida state legislators in Tallahassee on the importance of gun reform. Gonzalez and her classmates sat in as the legislature voted down a discussion on an existing gun control law.

During a globally broadcasted town hall sponsored by CNN, Emma and her fellow students condemned the NRA, as well as politicians who receive money from the shooters, for involving in the shooting of February 21, 2018.

She urged NRA spokesperson Dana Loesch to answer her questions during the town hall when the latter became evasive.

On February 23, 2018, Emma claimed in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, that she came up with the phrase “We call B.S.” because she believed that repeating the message would help it to resonate.

She graced the cover of Time Magazine in March 2018. She was featured alongside Jaclyn Corin, David Hogg, Cameron Kasky, and Alex Wind, among others. She was portrayed by ‘France 24’ in the same month.

Emma, along with other students, including fellow Parkland survivors David Hogg, Cameron Kasky, and Sarah Chadwick, planned and marched in the worldwide ‘March for Our Lives’ rally on March 24, 2018.

She talked for six minutes, where she also paid tribute to the victims by repeating their names and the things they would never be able to do or appreciate again.

Awards, Nominations

The Florida Legislature passed the ‘Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act’ in March 2018 as a result of Emma Gonzalez and her fellow students’ unwavering protests and activism.

The bill raised the minimum age for purchasing firearms to 21, mandated waiting periods, and background checks.

She established a program for arming some teachers and hiring school police, prohibited the use of “bump stocks,” and prohibited violent or mentally ill people from possessing firearms.

On March 9, 2018, Florida Governor Rick Scott signed legislation allocating approximately $400 million for implementation.

The survivors of the deadly shooting at a Parkland, Florida, high school were awarded the 2018 International Children’s Peace Prize on November 20, 2018.

Emma Gonzalez: Net Worth, Income, Salary

Emma is one of the richest activists and is the most well-known activist. Emma Gonzalez’s net worth is estimated to be around $1.5 million, according to our source.

Emma Gonzalez: Rumors and Controversy/Scandal

Emma and her classmates have been constantly criticized for their involvement by the political right-wing of American politics and the press for their activism.

Leslie Gibson, a Republican candidate running unopposed for the Maine legislature and lifetime NRA member, called her a ‘skinhead lesbian’. He was later on forced to drop out of the race for the Maine legislature.

Conspiracy theorists have wrongly accused Gonzalez and her co-protesters of being “crisis actors.” Because of her well-famous speech at the ‘March for Our Lives,’ fake images of her ripping up a copy of the United States Constitution went viral.

Republican congressman Steve King also criticized her for putting a Cuban flag patch on her jacket during her remarks.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Body Size

Ashley Newbrough is 21 years old, 5 feet 5 inches tall, and weighs 52 kg with a slender physique.

She has light brown hair and hazel eyes. She mostly has a buzz cut and a broad smile on her face.

Social Media

Emma has about 494 followers on Twitter, over 136k followers on Instagram, more than 22k on Facebook & over 14k on Tiktok.

 

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