A spreading movement? How Florida school shooting survivors are inspiring other students to demand gun control
Wednesday, 21 February 2018 It started as a memorial to the 17 dead.
But after students at West Boca Raton Community High School gathered outside Tuesday to mark 17 minutes of silence — one for each person shot to death last week at nearby Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School — it turned into a protest for gun control.
Students who survived the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida are calling for action. Hundreds plan to visit Florida's Capitol to call for a ban on assault weapons. CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz joined CBSN from Parkland, Florida, with how these students hope this...
Pupils from a US school that experienced a mass shooting in February have started a bus tour to promote tougher gun-control laws. The two-month trip is aimed at... Deutsche Welle - Front PageAlso reported by •Christian Science Monitor •Seattle Times •Independent
A gunman opened fire at a Trenton, New Jersey, arts festival on Sunday, wounding 22 before being killed by police — prompting the state’s governor to call for gun control measures without.. Source: Ingraham Media Group - Affiliate -
Some students who survived the Parkland, Florida school shooting are traveling around the country promoting gun control. They are stopping in Kansas City, Kansas Monday. Students from March for Our.. Source: 41 Action News -
In response to the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, school districts are training civilian "guardians" to confront shooters. They will be armed and wear uniforms, but will not have law enforcement.. Source: CBS News -
Survivors of this year's deadly Florida high school shooting kicked off a 75-stop bus tour in Chicago on Friday intended to register people to vote with the aim of building electoral support for.. Source: Rumble -