The gun-themed March for Our Lives took place in dozens of cities across America (and the world), incl. Washington.
Student protests over gun violence and school safety occurred in the US Wednesday, with students walking out for 17 mins.
Can we come up with a multi-faceted approach that could eventually lead to a way to cut down on school shooting deaths?
Students and parents met with the president today to keep him informed about school safety and the need to something this time.
Students from across the nation are responding to the shooting in Fla. last week. Love, laws, and acceptance are called for.
The New York Times has published an op-ed written by a student at Stoneman Douglas H.S. It’s a message about gun safety.
Another school shooting has occurred, this time in Florida, in the nation’s 7th-largest school district: Broward Co. Public Schools.
School-related shootings involve the firing of a gun in or near a school, college, university, or school bus. Getting worse.
There’s been another shooting at a high school, this time in W. Kentucky. 14 shot, a boy and girl, both 15, died.
The shooter in a N.M. high school was a 21-year-old former student at the school who apparently thought work, school, and life sucked.