The families of Parkland are hoping to start a civil discussion about ending school violence
WASHINGTON – The Florida families who lost children and spouses in the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Valentine's Day want to have a civil conversation with America about making schools safer.
Relatives of Parkland victims launch school safety group
Sixteen parents and other relatives of the 17 students and teachers killed during the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre launched a national organization Thursday with the goal of turning their tragedy into a movement to champion bipartisan school safety measures.
"We really wished we didn't have to do this. Any of these families involved would give anything to be able to go and turn the clock back. ... We know this is a long haul. There's no quick solution. We understand that it's going to take all Americans to come together to try and solve the uniquely American problem. " — Tony Montalto, who lost his daughter, Gina, told Axios
One night only! Stand With Parkland President, Tony Montalto, will be speaking on a virtual panel discussing 2 year… https://t.co/wH01XAmD1H
Board member Ryan Petty, father of Parkland victim Alaina Petty, shares our view about the critical role that schoo… https://t.co/PW5GzC51gN
RT @FolcsTouro: Meet Tony Montalto, the father of 14-year-old Gina Rose Montalto, a victim of the Parkland shooting of 2018. He is Presiden…