Mass shootings have generated a wave of anti-gun activism, and the Feb. 14 attack in Broward County, Florida, has been no exception.
The “March for Our Lives” movement has generated wide media coverage, school walk-outs and anti-gun rallies across the country, highlighted by the demonstration attended by tens of thousands in Washington last month.
It’s also created instant celebrities, such as Parkland, Florida, student David Hogg, who’s made a name for himself on television and social media for his demand for gun control.
But parents in one school district say that while they recognize free-speech rights, the district is going too far in endorsing gun-control and facilitating protests.
The non-profit law firm Freedom X has written to the Loma Prieta Unified School District, which includes the tony city of Los Gatos in Silicon Valley, concerning an abrupt policy change that violates the law.