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Walkout Wednesday to Protest

Maggie Peck, Staff Writer

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Recent school shootings have inspired a national, all-youth march taking place this week on Wednesday, March 14. Broomfield High School students who choose to walkout to protest gun usage for various reasons can do so during third period. A portion of people will be wearing orange as well that day to raise awareness. Many students are choosing to walk to the Broomfield City and Country building to protest, while others aren’t. “It’s time for change,” said Adam Fazio (11). “I’m not walking out because I kind of find it dumb, I guess you got to support each side, but I just don’t agree with what’s being protested because I’m not against guns,” said Eli St. Onge (9).

Students who choose to participate can meet in the atrium at 9:45. The group will walk down the Broomfield City and County building and peacefully protest until around noon. Students will then have the option to go back to class for fifth and seventh periods or participate in the sit-in outside of the school until 3:00PM. For more information visit the facebook page for the event.

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