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Albuquerque students walk out to protest gun violence following latest school shooting – Albuquerque, New Mexico

Albuquerque, New Mexico 2022-05-27 00:03:58 –

Albuquerque, New Mexico (KRQE) – Cottonwood Classic Prep School students oppose gun violence while people across the country continue to mourn 19 students and two teachers in a mass shooting in Yuvarde, Texas. We stood together and went on strike.

The Cottonwood Classic students say it’s enough after this latest tragedy, but fearing that nothing will change, shooting at the next school isn’t a problem someday.

Katya Nagoslow, a student of Cottonwood Classic, participated in today’s strike. She says she was distraught after shooting. She said, “I’m really sad, like the family of a deceased student.”

Many students, like Goslow, asked questions that their children didn’t need to ask. “When and where will the next match take place, like a shooting? And was it just like whether it would happen in my school, just as I really think to myself?”

The shootings at Rob Elementary School in Yuvalde, Texas, again sparked a cry for change.

Cottonwood Classical students participated in a strike against gun violence, which was attended by nearly 500 students.

Not only the metro students stood together …

Students at Rio Grande High School set up 21 empty chairs outside the school and rang 21 bells. It symbolizes the 19 children and 2 teachers killed in Yuvarde.

Students at Cottonwood Classic say this is just the beginning of a battle for change and want others to follow them.

“Other schools are trying to act. I feel that there should be more schools than two because this is a very serious topic,” said another student at Cottonwood Classic. Kylie Turner says.

The shooting in Yuvalde will be the 27th school shooting in the country this year.

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