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Students Around the U.S. Say Why They Walked Out Today

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Students Around the U.S. Say Why They Walked Out Today

Students Around the U.S. Say Why They Walked Out Today

Students across the country walked out of their classes on the one month anniversary of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting.

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