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'No more silence; end gun violence,' Dickinson High students say

Delawareonline Wednesday, 14 March 2018
'No more silence; end gun violence,' Dickinson High students sayStudents at Dickinson High School walk out of their classes as they join students across the country as part of the National Walkout Wednesday morning to protest gun violence.
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High school students in the St. Louis, Mo. area have held planning meetings to organize a walkout, protesting gun violence in schools.

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