’Some People Have Forgotten, but We’re Still Here.’ What the...

'Some People Have Forgotten, but We’re Still Here.' What the Student Walkout Looked Like in Parkland

Thousands of students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School somberly paid tribute Wednesday to the 17 students and teachers murdered at their school exactly one month ago by walking out of their classrooms as part of a nationwide demonstration and swarming the city’s memorial site in near silence.

14 Mart 2018 - 21:16

At about 10 a.m., most of the roughly 3,000 students at the Parkland, Fla. school converged on their campus football field, where the school’s drama students performed an original song about resilience, moving some to tears. The walkout in Parkland was just one of thousands happening at schools across the country. Tens of thousands of students have marched out of their schools en masse to demand gun reforms and safer schools.

“It’s been a month and maybe some people have forgotten, but we’re still here,” senior Taylor Morales, who participated in the Parkland walkout, told TIME on Wednesday. “We’re still protesting. We’re still working hard. We’re still remembering the victims. We’re still going to make sure change is going to happen.”

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