Montgomery County students display over 200 T-shirts with names of teens killed by guns
POTOMAC, Md. (ABC7) —
Students at a high school in Potomac made a statement by displaying more than 200 shirts with the names of teens killed by gun violence Monday morning.
Winston Churchill High School students say they organized the display to commemorate the lives of 258 students who were shot and killed in 2018.
The shirts hang on the fence line next to the school's stadium and include eight orange shirts with the names of the students killed in Friday's shooting at Santa Fe High School in Texas.
Student organizers say they want to spread the message that gun violence in the United States is an epidemic and that change is needed.