A tyro during Walt Whitman High School in Bethesda, Maryland, is offered strange T-shirts to advantage a Parkland, Florida, sharpened victims and a anti-gun assault movement.
In a weeks following a electrocute in that 17 people were killed during Stoneman Douglas High School, Julia Rubin couldn’t shake a tragedy from her thoughts.
“Just like many other people, it’s kind of a usually thing on my mind,” a 17-year-old tyro said.
Rubin, who has a knack for drawing, is friends with some of a students during Stoneman Douglas who she went to summer stay with and she wanted to uncover her support.
“A lot of times when I’m meditative about something, I’ll start to draw,” Rubin said.
That’s when she had an idea.
With a support of her teachers, Rubin incited a blueprint with “March For Our Lives” in retard letters and a series seventeen in a background, into a digital image.
“I only wanted to assistance vitalise Whitman in this quarrel for gun control,” Rubin said.
Rubin has already sole some-more than 100 shirts, noted with a names of a lives mislaid in a tragedy, that will be delivered to her peers subsequent week.
“Students should feel like they can demonstrate themselves during propagandize for sure,” Whitman Principal Alan Goodwin said.
The students are formulation to wear a shirts in a propagandize walkout set for subsequent week and again after this month during a Mar for Our Lives convene Mar 24.
“I wish they do go on a walkout and we assume they will,” Goodwin said. “It’s a protected walk-out; it’s on campus.”
The deduction of a $10 T-shirt will be separate between a Mar for Our Lives Action Fund, that covers losses compared with a march, and support to a victims and families of a shooting.