1 Year After Parkland Shooting, Montgomery Co. Students Honor Gun Violence Victims

One year after 17 students and staff at a Parkland, Florida, high school were killed in a shooting massacre, a group of Maryland students assembled a touching tribute to young victims of gun violence.

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A sea of 671 white T-shirts now surrounds Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School, hanging from fences around campus.
Each shirt represents a teenager or child who was killed by gun violence. In black marker, each shirt shares the name and age a victim. Some were killed in the shooting in Parkland, many more were gunned down in less widely known incidents.
A crowd of students arrived at campus before sunrise on Thursday, pulling the shirts out of bags, putting them on hangers and hanging them on fences alongside signs saying "Memorial to our lives."
Montgomery Co. students hung 671 white t-shirts around the Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School campus, representing young victims of gun violence.
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