Students around the country including in Santa Clarita are participating in a walkout to stand up against school shootings following the Uvalde Elementary attack. Valley News/Courtesy photo
SAUGUS (CNS) - Dozens of students walked out of class today at Saugus High School -- site of a fatal campus shooting in 2019 -- to demand safer campuses and changes in gun laws in the wake of this week's shooting rampage at a Texas elementary school that killed 19 students and two teachers."Twenty-one people are now dead, and this is not our generation's fault,'' student Mia Tretta, a junior who was wounded in the 2019 shooting at Saugus High School, told reporters at the morning walkout. "This is the people who are making the laws and they are not listening to the fact that we are dying at our schools.''Five people were shot in the Saugus shooting on Nov. 14, 2019, with two of them dying. The 16-year-old gunman killed himself.The Saugus students stood outside the campu
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