What do school shootings have in common? They could have been prevented, victims’ parents say in Rosemont
Days after his 14-year-old daughter Alaina was murdered in her English class at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, last year, Ryan Petty did what a lot of us do when we’re searching for answers.
He asked Google.
Gina Montalto, my straight-A, kindhearted, bubbly, 14-year-old daughter, was a freshman and one of the 17 wonderful souls killed by a gunman at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., on Valentine’s Day 2018.
PARKLAND, Fla — Today, Stand with Parkland – The National Association of Families for Safe Schools has released a series of five questions that families need to ask to ensure their children’s safety as the school year
Stand with Parkland, Families of Victims, on How Keeping Children Safe Shouldn’t Be a Partisan Issue
We stand with the people of El Paso, Texas, Dayton, Ohio, and Gilroy, California, and all Americans crestfallen by the latest mass shootings and determined to prevent the next one.
Families of Parkland Victims Issue Statement Calling Florida Legislation to Arm Teachers a Misguided Idea
Today, families of the victims of the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL spoke out in response to reports that legislators in the state of Florida are considering a bill which includes a provision to arm school teachers.
‘STAND WITH PARKLAND’ ENDORSES BIPARTISAN BACKGROUND CHECKS ACT OF 2019
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