Gov. Cuomo Walked Out With Students Protesting Gun Violence In New York City

Wochit - March 14, 2018

New York Governor Chris Cuomo joined hundreds of students in Lower Manhattan as they staged a “die-in” during the National School Walkout on Wednesday.

A crowd of protesting students filled Zuccoti Park in the city’s financial district.

The students held signs of gun violence in schools across the country.

Cuomo said that he impressed with the students and their activism.

He mentioned the SAFE Act which became a law in New York State in 2013..


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