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>> 100 students from Parkland, Florida, and parent chaperones, descend upon Tallahassee, Tuesday, ahead of a march in support of their Never Again movement to end gun violence. The rally will take place Wednesday. One week after 17 people were killed at Parkland's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, one of the deadliest school shootings in US history.
The Florida capitol preparing for their arrival. Many locals packing snack bags and planning to join in the rally. Even the youngest among them feeling the pain.>> When something that happens you get scared, what's gonna happen in my future?>> Florida Govenrnor Rick Scott, holding meeting Tuesday, with law enforcement, teachers, and mental health experts, to discuss ways to keep students safe.
The efforts coming after dozens of students protested outside the White House, Monday. Urging President Trump and lawmakers to pass stronger gun laws.>> We need to stand up to the NRA. We need to do what's right for kids, not guns.>> 19 year old gunman Nicholas Cruz, who appeared in court Monday, is charged with 17 counts of murder.
Many across the country are joining Parkland in turning their grief to activism. Organizers of the women's march are planning a 17 minute national School walk out March 14th, one minute for each victim. National protest rallies are planned for March 24th, and students and teachers across the country are pushing for a national school walkout in April.
Parkland school officials will offer voluntary orientation for students and parents on Sunday. And hope to have students back to school the following Tuesday, on a modified schedule.