Students walk out en masse nationwide in protest against guns (videos)


All across the nation, students walked out of class Wednesday in a mass demonstration calling for more gun control to stop school shootings. Reportedly, over 3,130 schools nationwide participated in the walkout, involving over 85,000 students, all scheduled to take place at 10:00 a.m. in every time zone.

They marched, carried signs, gave speeches, and sang.

They chanted, “Gun control – now!” and “No Trump, No NRA, No Violent USA!”

They declared that if Congress isn’t going to change things, they would change Congress.

They vowed to not stop, and they tweeted, “A special thanks to @realDonaldTrump and the #NRA for energizin’ millions of great kids that will vote for the first time in 2020.”

In honor of the 17 people slain in the Parkland, Florida school shooting exactly one month ago, on Feb. 14, many of the students protesting walked out of class for just 17 minutes, or sat in silence for 17 minutes.

Students in Washington, D.C. held a mass protest outside the White House, chanting, “Hey hey, ho ho! The NRA has got to go!”

 One student being interviewed at the White House protest said, “We’re going to vote in the next election, and we’re going to vote for people who do not take money from the NRA.”

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