In the quiet stillness of remembrance, each victim was pictured and honored as students and teachers recalled moving words of tribute to the 17 lost souls.
They were students, teachers, athletes, musicians, coaches, friends, daughters, sisters, husbands and fathers. The 17 who were lost in this senseless shooting on February 14, at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School left behind heartbroken families, friends, classmates and communities. Their faces, their stories came alive- as the SJP Community gathered to commemorate their lives.
Join the SJP Community as we STEP UP and SPEAK OUT. Our goal is that our voices are heard by our federal, state and local lawmakers to encourage Congress to enact legislation to prevent gun violence at schools across our nation. Write or e-mail your Congressman and or your Senator. The easiest way to reach out to them is to go to www.house.gov or www.senate.gov. Let’s stop gun violence in our schools. Do not let their memories be forgotten. Together, let us honor these young men and women and enact legislative change.