On Feb. 14, a 19-year-old former student opened fire at the school, killing 17 people and injuring many others. He has been changed with 17 counts of premeditated murder.
Classes resumed at the school Wednesday.
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On Feb. 18, survivors David Hogg, Alex Wind, Cameron Kasky, Jacqueline Coren and Emma Gonzalez announced a March 24 event in which students and supporters of March for Our Lives will march on Washington, D.C., for stricter gun laws.
The Clooneys announced they would participate in the march and donate $500,000 to the group Feb. 20. Winfrey later said she would match that donation.
"We stand out among other major countries in the world when it comes to these types of massacres, but also in the everyday gun violence that people have to deal with," Legend told The AP. "I don't think that we should accept that as normal. I think we've decided that everyone having unfettered access to guns is more important than all of us being safe, and I think we need to reshape that balance a bit so that we're all more safe."
“I’m glad these kids from Parkland are saying, ‘Enough is enough,’ and we support them,” Legend said.