Coppell students walkout in support of gun control and school safety

 

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  • Coppell High School students walk out with posters at the Coppell High School walkout today in the track. The walkout was attended by approximately 700 high school students in support of gun control and school safety.

  • Coppell High School students walk out with posters at the Coppell High School walkout today in the track. The walkout was attended by approximately 700 high school students in support of gun control and school safety.

  • Current Coppell High School juniors Charlotte Vanyo and Nicolas Reyes speak out about gun violence during the school walkout on April 20, 2018 at Buddy Echols Field. One year later, Reyes remains frustrated in the lack of progress in gun reform laws and talks.

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  • Coppell High School current-junior Charlotte Vanyo speaks out in favor of common sense common gun reform with fellow walkout organizers on April 20, 2018. One year later, Reyes remains frustrated in the lack of progress in gun reform laws and talks.

    Sidekick file photo

  • Coppell High School students walk out with posters at the Coppell High School walkout today in the track. The walkout was attended by approximately 700 high school students in support of gun control and school safety.

  • Coppell High School students walk out with posters at the Coppell High School walkout today in the track. The walkout was attended by approximately 700 high school students in support of gun control and school safety.

  • Coppell High School junior Kusha Khandelwal walks out with her poster at the Coppell High School walkout today in the track. The walkout was attended by approximately 700 high school students in support of gun control and school safety.

  • Coppell High School students hand out posters at the Coppell High School walkout today in the track. The walkout was attended by approximately 700 high school students in support of gun control and school safety.

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