Westchester Students Respond to Gun Violence
On Wednesday, March 14, students from high schools across the Westchester and the country walked out to mark the one-month anniversary of the mass shooting by a former student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland Florida. 17 people were killed that day.
Across the country, these walkouts were planned and led by students. This was the case for New Rochelle High School, where participated in the walkout as student leaders marked the tragic occasion.
Indivisible New Rochelle is proud to bear witness to the students' peaceful resistance and call to action.
Indivisible New Rochelle will be co-sponsoring New Rochelle High School students at the Westchester March for Our Lives, which is planned for 1pm Saturday, March 24 (starting at the Post Road School, 175 West Post Road, White Plains, NY). Westchester March for Our Lives is a student-led march involving students and families from across Westchester County. We are proud to be part of a growing group of supporters that include elected New Rochelle officials, community leaders and clergy.