WATCH: Rockledge High Students Chloe Deaton, Anna Delaney Organize Pro-Second Amendment Walkout

By  //  March 31, 2018

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Students speak up about maintaining their constitutional rights

ABOVE: Rockledge, Florida, High School students Chloe Deaton and Anna Delaney have organized a school walkout in support of the second amendment.

Students assembled outdoors at Rockledge High on Friday morning to speak up about maintaining their constitutional rights in the wake of a school district-wide walkout to support gun control.

ABOVE: Sophomore Rockledge High School student Chloe Deaton talks about why she, along with fellow student Anna Delaney, organized a school walkout in support of the second amendment. Students assembled outdoors at Rockledge High on Friday morning to speak up about maintaining their constitutional rights in the wake of a school district-wide walkout to support gun control.

ABOVE: Ja’mene Walker, Meaira Boggs and King Huffman talk about the walkout at Rockledge, Florida, High School that students have organized in support of the second amendment. Students assembled outdoors at Rockledge High Friday morning to speak up about maintaining their constitutional rights in the wake of a school district-wide walkout to support gun control.

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ABOVE: Rockledge High School Junior Anna Delaney talks about why she, along with fellow student Chloe Deaton, organized a school walkout in support of the second amendment. Students assembled outdoors at Rockledge High on Friday morning to speak up about maintaining their constitutional rights in the wake of a school district-wide walkout to support gun control.

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