Student opinions on the gun violence walkout at KHS

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Student opinions on the gun violence walkout at KHS

Lauren Hammett and Marissa Young, seniors, hold up signs to speak against gun violence.

Lauren Hammett and Marissa Young, seniors, hold up signs to speak against gun violence.

Malayna Vines

Lauren Hammett and Marissa Young, seniors, hold up signs to speak against gun violence.

Malayna Vines

Malayna Vines

Lauren Hammett and Marissa Young, seniors, hold up signs to speak against gun violence.

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TKC talked to KHS students about their opinion on the gun violence walkout March 14 in accordance with the national walkout planned by Women’s March Youth Empower. According toWomen’s March Youth Empower the walkout called students, teachers and allies to take part in a national school walkout for 17 minutes — one minute to honor each victim of the recent Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida.