Shooting Survivors Write and Perform Song
Survivors of the Stoneman Douglas High school shooting perform “Shine,” a song the school’s drama club wrote in the wake of the shooting.
The more I find out about these kids, the more impressed I am.
Multiply that by such a number and imagine how many amazing kids are out there in harm’s way.
Never thought of it this way.
The adults have dropped the ball.
It will be up to their generation to get this done correctly.
My support is with them all the way!
🎶 You may have brought the dark 🎶
🎶 but together we will shine the light 🎶
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students give a moving performance of the song “Shine,” written by survivors Sawyer Garrity and Andrea Peña, at the end of CNN’s town hall.
February 21, 2018
Stoneman Douglas Drama Club performs “Shine” – a song they wrote this week
Tonight’s town hall closed with a moving performance by Stoneman Douglas High School’s Drama Club.
During the performance, the students urged the crowd to reach out to Congress. “Be the voice for those who don’t have one,” a student performer said.
They performed “Shine,” a song they wrote this week to honor their friends following the shooting.
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~Student’s sing moving tribute to Shooting Victims~
~Published on Feb 21, 2018~
The Stoneman Douglas High school drama club perform “Shine,” a song they wrote in the wake of the shooting at their Parkland, Florida, school.