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Trending: Emma Gonzalez is the defining voice after Fla. mass shooting

Emma Gonzalez uses her voice after shooting at her school. 

@EmmaKennedy, tweeting about Emma Gonzalez, an 18-year-old student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., who has emerged as a key voice in the wake of last week’s mass shooting. Gonzalez gave a powerful speech at a rally Saturday. “The people in the government who were voted into power are lying to us,” she said. “And us kids seem to be the only ones who notice.”

Chadwick Boseman graces the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. 

@gohomeben, tweeting about the Rolling Stone cover of Chadwick Boseman, who plays T’Challa, the Black Panther. The film made $201.8 million through Sunday night in its opening weekend. Rolling Stone tweeted out the cover Sunday night, paying tribute to the film’s blockbuster reception. Here’s the cover story. 

Fergie’s interesting rendition of the National Anthem pretty much shook America. 

@PabloTorre, tweeting about the terrible jazzy version of the national anthem that Fergie sang before the NBA All-Star Game on Sunday night. “I have to watch that Fergie video again to make sure that actually happened,” @CraigSJ tweeted. Fergie later said that she’s a risk-taker, and acknowledged that the tone of her rendition didn’t resonate. “Fergie saying she did the song like that as a protest is the only way to come back from this,” @thugyonce tweeted.

Women were not here for the New York Times’ op-ed about yoga pants. 

@TheCandiceAdams, reacting to The New York Times’ opinion piece “Why Yoga Pants are Bad for Women” — because they make women feel like they have to be sexy at the gym. Women were not thrilled by an opinion piece telling them what not to wear.