PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — Thousands of students across the Delaware Valley took part in Wednesday’s National Walkout Day to protest gun violence following last month’s massacre at a Florida high school.

In Philadelphia, thousands of students left from the Philadelphia School District headquarters and marched to City Hall to make their voices heard about gun violence.

“Because of all the students actually coming together for something, I feel as though more people will listen,” said student Debrea Blount.

“I have family in Florida, so that could’ve been any of my family members,” said student Nadir Jones. “I think that Philadelphia supporting Florida is a good step in making a change.”

Up to 1,000 students at Central High School in Olney walked out.

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“It’s so important to be part of this. I mean, our peers are dying and I’m scared for my life, I’m scared for my friends’ lives, and I think we all need to take a stand about this,” said Sarah Row.

Principal Timothy McKenna said he was proud of the high school students for taking part in this event.

“This is the first time I’ve had any event like this in any of the schools I’ve led. I’m very proud of the students. They designed this program. I stood in the back and it was very powerful,” said McKenna.

Central High students recited chants from a South African rally cry used in resistance during apartheid and also shared poetry.

Students at Garnet Valley High School in Glen Mills, Delaware County showed their support by displaying 232 backpacks in a heart shape on the football field.

Each backpack is labeled with the name of a victim who has lost their life since the Columbine High School shooting in 1999.

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At Lower Merion High School, several hundred students stepped out the door, armed with banners, signs and their voices.

The walkout lasted about 45 minutes as and featured speeches as students called on their classmates to get involved.

Dozens of students said they are tired of just “thoughts and prayers.”

“If I feel as passionately about this issue, I have to speak up, I can’t sit there and let other people do the work for me. It’s time for me to use my voice,” said freshman Ava Clifford.

“My sense is this represents the overwhelming amount of study body, and there are a number of students who disagree with them,” said Lower Merion School District Superintendent Robert Copeland.

About a dozen students held a counter-protest, defending the Second Amendment. None of those students commented after their walkout.

The same scene is playing out in South Jersey, where Camden Academy Charter students began their walkout at 10 a.m.

“We get to go to school each day, and we get our education, but for 17 students it was a regular day until someone decided to do something that was not right, and now they’re not here today,” said student Christalys Santiago.

The students marched around the school for 17 minutes and released 17 balloons — one for each student killed in Parkland one month ago. Members of the charter school’s student government organized the march. Principal Dara Ash says even though the walkout interrupted about a half-hour of classroom time, the life lessons are worth it.

“A lot of them were very touched by what happened in Florida, so we wanted to be able to give them an opportunity to express themselves in a safe environment,” said Ash.

Carrying signs that read “We Stand Together” and “Unite 4 Parkland,” hundreds of students streamed out of Cherry Hill High School West, and circled the track around the football field for 17 minutes, on the one-month anniversary of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting that left 17 dead. Junior Wesley Savage says the demonstration has a dual message.

“I feel it’s important not only to get better protection in our schools, but I feel it’s important to remember the 17 people who lost their lives,” said Wesley.

Sophomore Sonya Solomon hopes the students’ voices are heard beyond South Jersey.

“I believe that gun safety is a big issue in this country and I want to take a stand in it,” she said.

A walkout across town last month at Cherry Hill East led to the district announcing that armed officers would be deployed in schools here.

More than 3,000 walkouts were planned across the U.S. and around the world, organizers said. Students were urged to leave class at 10 a.m. local time for 17 minutes — one minute for each victim in the Feb. 14 attack at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

PHOTOS: Students Across Nation Take Part In National Walkout Day

Students from elementary school to college planned to take up the call in a variety of ways. Some were expected to hold roadside rallies to honor shooting victims and protest violence. Others planned demonstrations in school gyms or on football fields. In Massachusetts and Ohio, students said they would head to the statehouse to lobby for new gun laws.

Some schools applauded students for taking a stand or at least tolerated the walkouts, while others threatened discipline.

The coordinated walkout was organized by Empower, the youth wing of the Women’s March, which brought thousands to Washington last year.

Although the group wanted students to shape protests on their own, it also offered them a list of demands for lawmakers, including a ban on assault weapons and mandatory background checks for all gun sales.

“Our elected officials must do more than tweet thoughts and prayers in response to this violence,” the organization said on its website.

Other protests planned in coming weeks include the March for Our Lives rally for school safety, which organizers say is expected to draw hundreds of thousands to the nation’s capital on March 24. Another round of school walkouts is planned for April 20, the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High shooting in Colorado.

Some students in Massachusetts said that after Wednesday’s protest, they planned to rally outside the Springfield headquarters of the gun maker Smith & Wesson.

At Case Elementary School in Akron, Ohio, a group of fifth-graders were organizing a walkout with the help of teachers after seeing parallels in a video they watched about youth marches for civil rights in 1963. Case instructors said 150 or more students were expected to line the sidewalk, carrying posters with the names of Parkland victims.

The walkouts drew support from companies including media conglomerate Viacom, which planned to pause programming on MTV, BET and all its other networks for 17 minutes during the walkouts.

Districts in Sayreville, New Jersey, and Maryland’s Harford County drew criticism this week when they said students could face punishment for leaving class.

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In suburban Atlanta, one of Georgia’s largest school systems announced that students who participated might face unspecified consequences.

But some vowed to walk out anyway.

“Change never happens without backlash,” said Kara Litwin, a senior at Pope High School in the Cobb County School District.

The possibility of being suspended “is overwhelming, and I understand that it’s scary for a lot of students,” said Lian Kleinman, a junior at Pope High. “For me personally, this is something I believe in. This is something I will go to the ends of the Earth for.”

Other schools sought a middle ground, offering “teach-ins” or group discussions on gun violence.

Meanwhile, free speech advocates geared up for a battle. The American Civil Liberties Union issued advice for students who walk out, saying schools can’t legally punish them more harshly because of the political nature of their message. In Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Texas, some lawyers said they would provide free legal help to students who are punished.

(© Copyright 2018 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.)

Comments (89)
  1. Morgan Frost says:

    Boycotting their already deficient education in order to demand that the government take away rights they’re not even old enough to exercise. Pathetic.

  2. Clark Savage says:

    Our founding fathers who fought a world power, created a new nation of freedom and prosperity would be ashamed to see children who are unsure of their Tide pod eating gender, protesting against rights given to them Rights that were fought for and men died for. It will be a sad day when this country follows the wisdom of children.

  3. Teddy Coral says:

    The rifle didn’t do anything. It was the nut job pulling the trigger that killed all those people. That Home Depot rental truck was innocent too. It was the nut job behind the wheel. When is the national protest to ban Home Depot rental trucks?

  4. Joseph Gibbs says:

    Those who beat their weapons into plowshares become slaves to those who did not.

  5. Tommy Lewis says:

    The brainwashing of American students. To think that they need some chant from South Africa shows you where these infiltrators are coming from. Brainwash them early and they will be easier to control later in life. Pathetic.

  6. notesonmoney says:

    As for my people, children are their oppressors, and women rule over them. O my people, they which lead thee cause thee to err, and destroy the way of thy paths. Isaiah 3:12

  7. Lenny Caputo says:

    What you are seeing here is the Political weaponization of the School system.

    This is a very dangerous path folks. Next you will have kids telling their teachers if mommy or daddy are gun owners.

    As parents we need to get involved an active.

  8. Kevin Enkell says:

    There needs to be a new law that says no one under 21 can protest.

  9. Of course had the Broward county sheriff’s dept. not been corrupt and the paid guard at the school (who actually taught swat teams but who lied about why he didn’t enter the school to defend students) actually done his job, and had the FBI (another corrupt agency) done their job and had the Obama administration not hamstrumg all the above agencies via corrupt rules, NONE of these tragic deaths would likely have occurred. Homework for students: Look up FALSE FLAG. Also what became of that teacher who say a shooter outfitted in swat clothing? Who shut her up?

  10. Firearm ownership is a civil right!

  11. Don Butler says:

    We get to see the liberal trifecta. Liberal teachers leading brainwashed kids and a liberal press to fawn all over them. Have any of these people reported on the assaults on Trump supporters in these “protests”? How about the damage to public property? Of course not.

  12. David Smith says:

    Sad listening to a school principal rejoice in the fact the kids in his school do not even understand the Constitution and enumerated rights therein.
    They know African chants, but not their own Constitution and somehow they can afford to miss school?

  13. Chris Warren says:

    How many Armenians died after they gave up their guns? The 2nd Amendment guarantees a right to keep and bear arms. Want to count corpses? Head on over to Armenia, or Cambodia, or Russia. I’ll see your 5,000 killed with guns and raise you 5,000,000 killed for want of guns.

  14. There were 142 school shootings during Obama’s reign (of Terror) not including 162 mass murders as of his 7th year, with 18 incidents involving 8 or more deaths. Where were all these “caring” individuals during that time? Oh, that’s right, it’s only the “bad” NRA and lawful gun owners that these mifits see fit to rail against now, when “their side” of control-freaks no longer holds the power of public office. HYPOCRITES!! Every one of you indoctrinated brats!

  15. Bill Thrower says:

    People need to sue the schools for using tax dollars, government employees and facilities for political propaganda.
    Why should my tax dollars be use so deranged liberals can spread their hate?

    Any teacher to participated should be fired.

  16. So now your 18 in Florida moving out of the house away from mom and dad without 2A rights? The guns are likely not going away and the criminals certainly are not but now the state is taking away all your rights to fire arms. On the off chance you or someone else with you gets hurt in a situation where its reasonably believed you could of defended yourself and you can reasonably prove that, one of the first conditions your likely to meet in suing the state is that of standing.

    Being below the legal age may not be enough to prove standing. You should be able to also prove an expressed desire to exercise your 2A rights prior to something happening. Having a letter to self, your parents, a teacher, a politician, your signature on a petition, or even a rejection letter from a store not allowing you to buy a fire arm would go far to establishing standing.

  17. Didn’t Hitler start with the Hitler youth turning in their parents. I can see it now, little Johnny turning in his parents for having a mean looking gun. It’s brain washing at it’s best.

    1. Akin to Orwell’s 1984 where uniformed youth spy on the adults and report back to “Big Brother.” We all know that the shadow government of globalists are using these students to further their agenda. Globalists don’t care how many are killed – the end justifies the means.

  18. Todd Nelson says:

    What would have accomplished more than this pointless liberal tirade, would have been to teach these skulls full of mush something about the Bill of Rights to the Constitution. If they want to go yell about things, they should, at least, be educated about those things they are screaming about, which they, obviously, are not now.

  19. Tom Miller says:

    i wonder if they sang songs about necklacing, in south africa. what a great tradition that is

  20. the school administrations started this. they didn’t not following policy on bulling. every child was bullied before the shootings.. look it up for yourself.

  21. Kids whose minds are full of mush and liberal indoctrination. Wonderful combination.

  22. Rich Bolles says:

    So the Proprietors and Recipients of an education system that couldn’t even qualify for the 20th slot in world Education is telling the rest of America, who had the #2 Education System in the World, what they should do. OK so they want us to listen to REALLY STUPID people and to do what they say………..Not a chance.

  23. The fruit of liberal indoctrination.

  24. Teachers are activists. They tell the students they will get a day off of school if they play up to the cameras for a half hour. What a scam. I heard Mound Westonka, Minnesota high school teachers told the students they could walk outside as a remembrance to the kids who died from kid out of his mind from genetic defects and prescription meds. We all know it was an anti-2nd Amendment bash promoted by the liberal teachers. Idiots.

  25. Well, I’m not going to have to worry about any of these snowflakes once the lead starts flying. Ever seen a Civil War where one side owns ALL the guns? You’re probably going to.

  26. Sam Fry says:

    It’s amazing that these kids were able to organize and coordinate a national day of protest with absolutely no adult influence. I’m like just like just Wow.

  27. Tom Milner says:

    Letting children control social comment is insane.

    1. The kids are just letting themselves be used as liberal tools. They are the product of designed ignorance. The liberal Alinskites are using the same crowd manipulation techniques as Joseph Goebbels. Emotion and mob psychology will win out over reason with low information and miseducated people. As a retired educator, I would be hesitant to send my children to a public or government run school.

  28. Muslim dictators used children as human shields just as progressives are using these children to promote gun bans.the term USEFUL IDIOTS.I applies here…where,s their outrage on the 60 million plus unborn children murdered by Planned Parenthood?

  29. The kids should have to put out 1,000,000 backpacks to tell about people killed in car wrecks since Columbine, or 20,000 killed by lightning. …

  30. Awesome, lets radicalize the high school students too.

  31. I guess we no longer have issues with low reading and math scores? I mean if this is how kids are using their class time – with encouragement from teachers and admins – then everything must be just fine. I guess we don’t have to increase funding to schools.

    This make ZERO sense. What is walking out of school going to do besides reduce the time spent learning? Answer, nothing. This is generation virtue signal.

  32. Okay, kiddies 1886 teen drivers were killed in 2015. 195000 were seriously injured by teen drivers that same year. I propose we raise the age qualification for a drivers license to 21. What say you?

  33. Samuel Green says:

    Naive children have no place dictating Constitutional issues. They can discuss it with their teachers, and they can vote on these issues, when they’re old enough to. Not trying to be disrespectful, but before one is 18, children tend to think they know everything.

    When they turn 18 they can have an opinion, until then, when they walked out of school, they’re truant and delinquent.

    As a retired soldier, and as a civilian that has been in an armed home invasion, I’m only alive because I had a firearm that day.

    These teachers should be teaching that mental illness kill far more people than lunatics with firearms, and that crime with knives far outweighs firearm crimes, by a large margin, but the rabid anti gun nuts have no time for the truth. These students should be asking for metal detectors in every school, and better mental health counseling.

    At the end of the day, humans are violent, and for that reason, I will always have a firearm. With that said, if a child or a burglar got into my home, it would take them an hour to get them out of my high security mounts. That is what responsible firearm owner needs to do

  34. I think one of the scariest things about all this student “activism” is that they all believe that government is the solution. Someone needs to explain that the pop culture they love so much holds a great deal of the blame, and most of the blame lies with the perpetrator. And they don’t get it. That’s scary!

    1. John Poland says:

      The Constitution was written to list the ways ‘we the people’ Restrict Power from our Government.
      So the Second Amendment does not GIVE a right to people to bear arms
      It Limits Government From ‘Infringing’ in ANY WAY on the
      ‘God Given Right’ to bear arms to protect We the People’s Lives and OUR Liberty!
      As stipulated in the Declaration of Independence !

  35. Wow! Amazing how organized are these national walkouts…almost like it was done by a community organizer with a ton of money.

    1. riosam77 says:

      These “kids” are the product of the Marxist/Communist public education indoctrination agenda…

  36. Linda Cooke says:

    Yet not one of these airheads would give up drinking alcohol or rampaging around when it comes time for spring break when more teens have died in one year from drinking and drinking related incidents than have in the history of all school related shootings combined. So where are the walkouts about that? The kids are just the useful tools of the liberal media, their liberal parents and educational indoctrinated agitation.

    1. Jim Clarkson says:

      Hey Kids, you gonna walk outta class to protest abortion violence??

      1. Yeah, they don’t care about the classmates that were murdered before they were born. Those don’t count!

  37. Personality Test: If you step on a rake and it hits you in the face, is it the rakes fault?

    Some will blame the rake. Some will blame who left it there. Some will blame themselves. Which one are you?

    Most people will throw the rake, and after finding the person who put it there, explain how they hit “themselves” in the face.


  38. Todd Keefer says:

    They displayed 232 backpacks to represent each of those who died since Columbine in 1999 and expressed their fear as their “peers are dying”, yet made no attempt to put this in any perspective. Based on known averages, over 45,000 of their peers have died in car crashes in the same period. Yes, one is intentional and the other accidental, but dead is dead, and cars could be made still safer and speed limits reduced and enforced. When deaths are dispersed we barely notice but lose our minds when they are concentrated in time and place, even when much more rare and less likely to affect any one individual. Perhaps this should be the subject of “teach-ins”.

  39. Let’s revoke the driving privileges of all people under 18 forever when one teen uses a car to kill anyone. That’s fair right?

  40. Fred Stevens says:

    Liberals hate America.
    They want to seize the guns because an armed populous will not accept socialist tyranny.
    This walkout was staged – what students wouldn’t want to leave class for the day?
    At this point it’s fair to ask: Were the shootings pre-planned and staged?

  41. In Boyertown, PA, the Boyertown Area Senior High School suspended 5 students, including my daughter, for participating in today’s National School Walkout, in violation of their First Ammendment Rights!

    1. Smith Sjohn says:

      Actually – there was no Rights violation – only consequences!

    2. Shawn Way says:

      The courts have already determine that students do not have first amendment rights, but as they are God given rights, then everyone should have them. That only works if you believe that God gives them, of course.

      However, to quote Terry Pratchett “No practical definition of freedom would be complete without the freedom to take the consequences. Indeed, it is the freedom upon which all the others are based.” If you break the rules, you take the consequences. Period.

    3. MikeH says:

      Re: Sergio Eslava (@seslava)
      you’re funny.. Let’s try the another 1st amendment right in school, OK? Freedom of religion. Please, have your daughter take a bible into class and start reading scripture. See how far she gets. Hey, she’s exercising 2 of her 1st amendment rights, Freedom of speech AND Freedom of Religion. I too have a daughter in high school, so I do have a legit point of view on this too. She can do her free speech after school, but during school hours, the school has the power to keep order.

    4. High school students have no 2nd Amendment rights. They are there to learn, not force their opinions on others.share their wisdom. They can parade their 1st Amendment rights when school is out.

  42. Buddy Burke says:

    Opposing gun violence makes them truly unique. Compared to rest of the world who loves getting shot!

  43. Stop eating Tide Pods. Then the adults might listen to you.

  44. It is nice to see that more and more intelligent people are writing on these sights. These heads full of mush would actually use the brain God gave them they would be able to see that knives, hands and feet, knives and cars kill a lot more. close to three to one. these in mature none thinking children only use their heads to hold their ears apart. After all I know many times that guns have save lives I cant say that about cars and knives. But just to explain the truth. The most dangerous place for a child to be is in this country is their mothers womb. Thousands a month are killed there.

  45. Bob Suyak says:

    Stop playing violent video games a..wipe young liberals. Who is doing the shooting? Your peers.

  46. devindenv says:

    These same “protesters” doing the walkout would vote overwhelmingly to gut SOcial Security to pay Free College Tuition for all, a guaranteed wage or a legion of other “benefits” for themselves. But, I’d bet most of the folks applauding these misguided youth on this “protest” would claim that they have no reasoning ability on the others.

  47. Chris Havens says:

    OK worried about teen deaths? Nobody drives until they are 20 or 21.
    None of the teens being interviewed have a brain cell to formulate taking a constitutional right away from us. FINALLY: I am concerned about the BULLYING going on to the students that do not wish to participate.

  48. Enuf Alrdy says:

    Shame on all these teachers and school administrators for promoting such blatant ignorance!

    1. MikeH says:

      Actually, it sounds like the Administration and Teachers are acting like responsible adults. Bravo for them…

  49. I’m sorry but I don’t take advice from kids on constitutional rights. Grow up and gain some real world life experience first then we can talk about it.

  50. Darren Davis says:

    Principal Timothy McKenna, will you be proud of your students when they make this a regular thing, walking out on every issue? Give these pimple face kids an inch they will take a mile. I’m glad my kids are not in public school.

  51. Good. I’m sick of only hearing about and from the stupid, lawless leftist kids.

  52. Are you students concerned about safety? Do you realize ELEVEN teens die EVERY DAY, because of texting while driving. Worried about kids being murdered? Why didn’t you march in the March for Life, held every January 22nd–over sixty million kids murdered so far by abortion. Or are you doing the bidding of gun-grabbers, so you can blow off school for awhile.

  53. In China, a similar nutcase went on a school rampage with a knife, instead of 17 killed, it was 17 wounded, all of whom survived. There was a good article in a Miami paper by a doctor who talked about the difference between hand gun wounds and AR-15 wounds. Because of the size of the ammunition and the higher velocity of the bullets, an AR-15 wound to a major organ is hardly ever survivable. but a hand gun wound often is. The U.S. Constitution gives us the right to bear arms, but also gives us the right to “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” If a bad, restrictive gun law that every gun owner cannot stand, saves even one life, it is worth it.

    1. Which AR 15 caliber are you referring to?

    2. This entire post screams of ignorance. Willful ignorance.

    3. Sorry, but only an idiot (or a completely dishonest person) would compare the damage caused by a handgun to that of ANY rifle… including the AR-15.

      Rifles, by their very design, are made to cause greater damage than most handguns, because their longer barrels allow the explosive gases from the bullet to create greater propulsive force — and therefore, more damage — than a handgun’s shorter barrel would, with the same bullet. And that’s not even taking into account that bullets made specifically for rifles will often have MORE gunpowder (and more propulsive force) than a handgun bullet would.

      The fact that a DOCTOR would make such an unfair comparison between two completely different types of firearms shows them to be completely ignorant about guns in general, or simply a propagandist parroting and willfully spreading misinformation from gun control advocates. Either way, such an analysis is painfully INACCURATE.

      And that’s the main problem with these protests. They’re being led and participated by children who are incredibly uninformed about firearms and who have little interest in BEING knowledgeable about them, or questioning what they’ve been told about them by activists with a decades-long goal to ban guns.

      It’s a “movement” based largely on fear and ignorance, rather than facts and information… and that’s a DANGEROUS mix when it comes to making legislation and threatening citizens’ Constitutional rights under the Second Amendment.

    4. You sir don’t have a clue as what you are talking about. The NATO 5.56x45mm 55gr fmj round is NOT DESIGNED TO KILL. It is designed to injure enemy combatants which then takes other enemy combatants out of the fight to attend to their injured comrade. However, a NATO .45 cal acp in 230 gr round nose IS designed to kill and will cause significantly more damage than a .22 cal high speed projectile especially at the ranges we are referring to. CQB (close quarter battle) or anything inside of 20 meters which is what all these school shootings have been.
      I know, I’ve been shot with a .45acp – and i’d gladly take 3 or 4 rounds from an AR before a .45 again.
      So, you may (or likely are not ) be a Dr. but you simply have no fn clue about physics.

    5. And in Japan 20+ DIED by a Knife attacker….. and in other Asian Counties people use Machetes to do their mass killing.
      Anechdotes aren’t always the truth….

      Especially, given the fact that “Death Rates” do NOT go down after gun bans.
      Do you know what that means? It means that instead of bad guys being dead because people had guns to defend themselves, the innocent are dead.
      To make it even more clear, between 200,000 to 3 Million people are SAVED by guns every year. Do you know how many die by guns from all causes, most of which are Suicide, Accidents, and otherwise? 80,000.

      So, if you don’t like death, you need to ask yourself why the FRACK you are “okay” with AT LEAST 3 times more dead, which would occur if gun bans were put in place.
      Do you also even know how many MILLIONS are dead in just the 20th Century due to gun bans, which then resulted in Genocides. Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot, Nazi’s, on and on.

  54. John Earnest says:

    Good for them. It’s about time young conservatives and those youths who understand the vital importance of protecting our Constitutional rights pushed back against the clearly astroturfed and managed efforts of the puppets of the left.

  55. David Folsom says:

    “Serves 2 purposes”? Serves NO purpose. Nobody wants this to happen again, but it will. The best we can do is give school employees a chance of protecting you. I would like to hope that all the government employees who failed at their duties would never fail again, but since there are no consequences for their laziness and incompetence, we can not expect any change. Had the Parkland murdered been arrested and processed just 1 time for his multiple crimes and violent behavior, he would NOT have been able to buy a gun legally in Florida. Guns are not the issue. Overpaid, unaccountable police departments, school administrators, and FBI employees are the problem.

  56. Oh, that reminds me. We need to raise the voting age to 25.

  57. Susan Vue says:

    Kids there are evil people out there that will try to shoot you someday. So what are we going to do? That’s Right we are going to disarm the good guys with guns so everybody has to cower under a desk like us Liberals.

    1. Correct, I logged on to Drudge with the caption “students hold counter protest to walkout defend the second amendment.” Go figure.

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