Martha MacCallum pointed out that the speakers at Saturday's march preached gun control while omitting any mention of the myriad government agency failures that may have contributed to the occurrence of the Parkland school shooting.
Since he was in middle school, it was no surprise to anyone who knew him to hear that he was the shooter. "It doesn't have to be, and in fact we need to grow and evolve beyond this and really start talking about why we have devalued human life in our society to the point that we can have this kind of thing take place". He is also forbidden from having any contact with victims or family members of the February 14 mass shooting.
Deitsch said he and his classmates in Parkland have been overwhelmed with support and knows there's "plenty more to do" in phase two of their charge for gun-control measures. Must always report such instances to authorities again and again.
We live in a time of chaos around the world and have a president and administration creating chaos here at home.
And a woman from NY wrote: "I know you could use a good friend right now".
The figure marked a more than threefold increase compared to January, when the PAC received almost $250,000 in donations, and was the fund's second-best month over the past year.
Burks said black students told her the return to a school newly swarming with law enforcement officers was jarring, especially for a generation that grew up in the era of Trayvon Martin and Alton Sterling.
The walkouts recognize the one-month anniversary of the shooting, which left 17 people- students, coaches and a teacher- dead.
Zachary Cruz, the younger brother of Parkland, Florida, school shooter Nikolas Cruz, was sentenced Thursday to six months of probation for trespassing at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School earlier this month.
"No amount of kindness or compassion alone would have changed the person that Nikolas Cruz is and was, or the horrendous actions he perpetrated", Robinson writes.
Being a peer counselor was the first real responsibility I had ever had, my first glimpse of adulthood, and I took it very seriously.
As Edwards wondered whether the Robinsons had survived the attack, they too had seen the page in the Post, and tried over the years to find the photographer to thank him. I was eating lunch with my friends, most likely discussing One Direction or Ed Sheeran, when a sudden pain consumed my lower back.
A Florida official is standing by his critical remarks about last weekend's anti-gun march and the students who organized it.