Parkland Students Create Song Using Trumpet Made of Bullet Casings
Nowthis - World
02/14/2020 | 5 min | NOT-RATED
These Parkland students are honoring the victims and survivors of gun violence with music from the 'instrument of hope,' a trumpet made from AR-15 bullet casings 2 years after the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas, NowThis is premiering their beautiful song ‘Shine.’ In US news and current events today, brass bullet casings were melted down to into a trumpet, an instrument of hope to make a song to honor the victims and survivors of gun violence. The Parkland students, community, and musicians came together to make a song to honor those lost and those who survived gun violence. Watch their final product here. The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting was the straw that broke the camels back when it came to guns in America and gun violence. But none became more outspoken about gun control and gun policy than the students of Parkland Florida. This Florida school shooting drove many of the students to join the gun debate. Surviving the school shooting in Florida gave the students real perspective. They turned their anger into action to demand gun reform. The Parkland shooting survivors started the March for Our Lives. High school shootings must end and these students are leading the way. For more stories on gun violence and activism, subscribe to NowThis News. #Parkland #GunViolence #News #NowThis #NowThisNews This video "Parkland Students Create Song Using Trumpet Made of Bullet Casings ", first appeared on https://nowthisnews.com.