1 year after Parkland, what has been done?

1 year ago today, a gunman entered Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, and killed 17 students and staff members, and injured 17 more.
Please take a moment to hold the victims and survivors in your heart and honor them.

Its your job, our job, to make sure they didn’t die in vain.

Congress still hasn’t passed strong legislation to address gun violence. But we must keep fighting – along with the MSD survivors and students across the country who are working to #EndGunViolence.

Together, we will make change.

“Those at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School knew their lives would be transformed by the massacre. Many had no idea of the many ways that would happen.”  New York Times 

“Parkland” has become shorthand for the tragedy that many hoped would mark the beginning of the end of school massacres. (Courtesy of NY Times)

PTSD, depression, activism(founding of “March for our Lives”), mental illness, trauma, life-changes, love, art, fear; all remnants of the Parkland shooting.

MSD, Marjory Stoneman Douglas, Parkland
Courtesy of New York Times.
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