Student walkouts held across region to protest gun violence


The Lakota school district is sending a big message that it stands with Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida.

About 100 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students arrived at a Tallahassee high school to extended applause late Tuesday after a almost eight-hour trip.

Although the school walkout was not planned, students expressed that they felt the support of their teachers and administrators.

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Florida lawmakers have rebuffed gun restrictions since the GOP took control of both the governor's office and the Legislature in 1999.

Students at another OH high school organized a walkout on Wednesday, joining high schoolers across the nation now calling for restrictions on the AR-15 assault rifle that Florida law enforcement authorities say was legally bought by the 19-year-old gunman. Among the campuses where the walk-outs took place were Cypress Bay High School, Tequesta Trace Middle School, Western High School among others.

Students walked out of their buildings at noon, with some carrying signs that read, "We are students". "[I feel] sadness, but it's triumph because I know we can make a difference". "When it's that close and you see it, you can't understand it until you go there".

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"It's not okay that all these children are being killed when they should be safe", one student said. "Three people I looked to for advice and courage are gone but never forgotten, and for them, I am going to our state capital to tell lawmakers we are tired and exhausted of stupid gun laws".

Many students said they believe the forum is a result of not just how vocal they have been, but how active they are for change.

He added: "I can't feel comfortable in my country knowing that people have, will have, are ever going to feel like this".

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Melanie Weber, a student who survived last week's attack and is in Tallahassee, tells Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson she doesn't want the issue of stricter gun control measures to fade from view like after other mass shootings. "Everyone has the right to learn no matter where you're from", she said.