Marjory Stoneman Douglas students have produced a documentary on what life has been like post-Parkland massacre. WPLG’s Terrell Fornay reports:
[“MSD Reflects” is our follow up to the #MSDStrong Documentary we produced one month after the incident at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. This video covers the major events of the last year from inside the school perspective, as well as including interviews with students and teachers and where they are in the healing process. Watch the 45 minute documentary CLICK HERE]
At Tuesday’s Broward County Commission meeting, Broward County Mayor Mark Bogen with Parkland and Coral Spring Mayors joined together to remember those who lost their lives and those who are still recovering as the one-year anniversary of the tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School draws near.
Mayor Bogen was joined by Parkland Mayor Christine Hunschofsky, Coral Springs Mayor Pro Tem Joy Carter and city officials to read the names of the victims and to pause for seventeen seconds of silence in memory of those who were murdered at the school shooting on February 14, 2018.
“In two days, it will be February 14th. Everyone can remember what happened at Marjory Stoneman Douglas on that date one year ago,” said Mayor Bogen, whose district includes parts of Coral Springs and northwest Broward cities adjacent to Parkland.
Broward County will conduct 17 moments of silence on Thursday, February 14th. The Broward School Board, through a collaboration with local municipalities and communities, is following the lead of MSD High School by honoring those lost with a Day of Honor in Service and Love and is encouraging everyone to participate.
Not sure what you can do? Any act of service or love is welcomed. You can volunteer at an animal shelter, donate food for the hungry, organize a drive to collect clothing and toiletries for the homeless in our community, or host a toy drive. A moment of silence will be observed at 10:17AM. You’ll find more at the Broward School’s website.