Lee’s Summit High School senior Zoe Balistreri (left) and sophomore Abbey Lewis took part in the National School Walkout rally Friday, April 20, 2018, in front of City Hall. Students from all three Lee’s Summit high schools joined the nationwide protest against gun violence in U.S. schools. “We are more important than guns,” Balistreri said.
Lee’s Summit High School senior Zoe Balistreri (left) and sophomore Abbey Lewis took part in the National School Walkout rally Friday, April 20, 2018, in front of City Hall. Students from all three Lee’s Summit high schools joined the nationwide protest against gun violence in U.S. schools. “We are more important than guns,” Balistreri said. Anne Marie Hunter Special to the Journal
Lee’s Summit High School senior Zoe Balistreri (left) and sophomore Abbey Lewis took part in the National School Walkout rally Friday, April 20, 2018, in front of City Hall. Students from all three Lee’s Summit high schools joined the nationwide protest against gun violence in U.S. schools. “We are more important than guns,” Balistreri said. Anne Marie Hunter Special to the Journal

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