Atlanta students kneel to protest armed violence during National Day Strike

Dozens of US atlanta’s students around the world have held a generous protest in a quiet protest to pay tribute to Florida’s high school filmmakers.

Students took part in a 17-month Wednesday Wednesday, a month ago a gun killed 17 people and another 14 injured Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

Booker T. Washington High School administrators threatened to “stop punishing” students to participate in disputes, but they decided to order a student, a silent demonstration, according to tweets posted by Guardian reporter Jamiles Lartey.

Lartey says that in a protest at each school floor, 100 students added that the school had been blocked until the students had not gone.

The NFL player who under the protests against police violence and racial inequality, began to “kneel”. President Trump Donald John TrumpAccuser says Trump should be afraid of the truth that the Russian woman who refused to declare the woman behind the Pro-Trump Facebook says Shulkin says the acceptance of the White House “subversion” VAMORE has criticized players who have participated in protest protests, and repeat the team. .
National student lawmakers have demanded more stringent gun and school safety lawsuits in response to Florida shooting, asking for many protest and stopping work strikes. The Florida shooter intends to survive “March for Our Lives” in Washington, D.C. Later this month, and local marches were planned all over the country every day.

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