From Pa. to NJ to Del., Students Walk Out to Protest Gun Violence

Students around Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware took park in Wednesday's National Student Walkout.

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Students around Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware took park in Wednesday's National Student Walkout. Here, students at Concord High School in Delaware remember the victims of the Parkland, Florida school shooting.
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Students form a heart at St Mark's High School in Wilmington.
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Unprovoked students at Parkland High School in the Lehigh Valley used their cellphone lights as the 17 victims names from the Parkland, Florida shooting were being read out loud. Their demonstration took place in the school.
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Students marched outside Lower Merion High School in Montgomery County.
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At Penncrest High School in Media, Delaware County, students gathered at the football stadium.
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College students also took part. At Gwynedd Mercy University in Montgomery County, more than 100 students, faculty and staff gathered around the campus bell tower for 17 minutes of silence as the bells rang 17 times in honor of the Parkland victims.
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Gwynedd Mercy University walkout.
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Hundreds of students stood in silence for 17 minutes outside Germantown Friends School in Philadelphia.
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Students gathered outside Central High School in Philadelphia.
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Central High School students held signs calling for gun safety.
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A Philadelphia student holds up a sign.
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Students at Philadelphia High School of Creative And Performing Arts participate in a walkout.
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A CAPA student holds a sign calling for no guns in school.
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Students then gathered for a rally against gun violence outside Philadelphia City Hall.
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Students walked out at Cherry Hill West before the 10 a.m. time picked by national organizers.
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