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March For Our Lives SLO Student Speeches

OLIVER HICKS, SLO High School Hello all, my name is Oliver Hicks and I am a senior at San Luis Obispo High School. I am joined on stage by my fellow student organizers from schools across our county, all of whom you will be hearing speak today. Before we get started,...

March For Our Lives San Luis Obispo, 3/24/18

DATE: 3/24/2018 TIME: 2-5PM (Student-led rally starts at 2PM, march starts at 3PM) LOCATION: Mitchell Park, San Luis Obispo MARCH ROUTE: See below DONATE: Donate here. VOLUNTEER: Sign up here. "Every kid in this country now goes to school wondering if this day might...

Enough! National School Walkout, 3/14/18

  Women's March San Luis Obispo, Women’s March Youth EMPOWER, and others are calling for students, teachers, school administrators, parents and allies to take part in a #NationalSchoolWalkout for 17 minutes at 10am across every time zone on March 14, 2018 to protest...

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We'd like to share this message from the SLO Coastal Teachers Association regarding April 20: National Day of Action Against Gun Violence in Schools

"We must stand together to send a strong message to policy makers that #enoughisenough
SLCTA is encouraging all teachers to wear orange on Friday in support of the National Day of Action Against Gun Violence in Schools.

On April 20, CTA and NEA will participate in the National Day of Action Against Gun Violence in Schools. Our schools and communities must all send the same message to our elected leaders: We can no longer tolerate inaction.

Schools should be the safest place a child can be. Unfortunately, that seems far from reality these days. From Columbine to Virginia Tech to Sandy Hook to Marshall County to Parkland, Florida, it’s abundantly clear we are not doing enough to protect our students and schools from gun violence.

This reality is devastating. Our hearts may be breaking, but our resolve must be strong. We must demand action now to save lives from gun violence. We must stand together to send a strong message to policy makers that #enoughisenough."
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Tomorrow 4/20 is the 19 year anniversary of the Columbine mass school shooting. Place your “March for our Lives” sign in your yard. ... See MoreSee Less

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