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The ACLU has also repeatedly expressed that protesting is a student's First Amendment right.

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The Democratic Party and its allies in the teachers’ unions & PTA will not get to use my kids as election props. Pollak (@joelpollak) March 14, 2018 reports that Viacom cable networks—including MTV, Nickelodeon, BET, and Comedy Central—paused their regular programming for 17 minutes at 10 a.m. Viacom also announced that students will be taking over MTV’s social media accounts, including Twitter and Facebook, during the walkout.

Viacom will also cover the March for Our Lives later this month.

Today, 1 month after of the day that changed our lives forever, we will join the school walkout. #Never Again — Delaney Tarr (@delaneytarr) March 14, 2018These walkouts are just the first act of organized protest that students have successfully planned in an attempt to keep gun control in the national conversation: in 10 days, on March 24, the March for Our Lives will see thousands more students march on Washington and demand legislation to keep them safe from gun violence in their schools.

We will join the walkout for every one of those 17, and for every other victim of gun violence. The march was organized alongside gun control organization Everytown for Gun Safety, and has the support of many celebrities, including George and Amal Clooney, Oprah, and Steven Spielberg—who donated $500,000 each—and companies like Gucci and Lyft, among many others.

HAPPENING NOW: Hundreds of students at Eleanor Roosevelt High leave class as part of the National Walkout.

They chant “enough is enough, Roose rise up.” @wusa9 pic.twitter.com/KEg1s Ff BMP — Mikea Turner (@Mikea Turner TV) March 14, 2018 At Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, students are pouring out the back doors and making their way to the football field for the #National School Walkout against gun violence.

The students there poured out onto the football field.

Nikolas Cruz, the gunman who has charged with the shooting there, is expected to appear in court later today.

reports that some schools in parts of New Jersey and Texas threatened students with a three-day suspension if they walked out.

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