Students walk out to protest gun violence

Students walk out to protest gun violence

Students at schools across the Inland Northwest are walking out to protest gun violence as part of National School Walkout Day.

In Spokane, students from Lewis and Clark High School marched from school to city hall, many holding signs opposing gun violence.

Lewis and Clark students arriving at city hall – they marched from school to protest gun violence. Part of #NationalSchoolWalkoutDay #kxly pic.twitter.com/PCMFAnEnAK

— Kyle Simchuk (@KyleKXLY) April 20, 2018

In Spokane Valley, Central Valley High School students walked out calling for changes to gun policy.

Student walkout happening right now at Central Valley High School. Students calling for changes to gun policy. #kxly pic.twitter.com/fSQuGgzpCN

— Ariana Lake (@arianaKXLY) April 20, 2018

A small crowd of students gathered at Terrace View Park and were by some counter-protesters.

Small group of counter protestors here–very vocal in their opposition. #KXLY pic.twitter.com/l94LwgD5eR

— Ariana Lake (@arianaKXLY) April 20, 2018

Here’s a little more about the mission of today’s event in Spokane Valley. #kxly #NationalStudentWalkout pic.twitter.com/LCXo6EhQ8t

— Ariana Lake (@arianaKXLY) April 20, 2018