Racine Case High School to Parkland students: 'Don't give up your fight'

Posted at 4:22 PM, Mar 14, 2018

Students at J.I. Case High School in Racine posted a video to Youtube Tuesday, sharing a message to students in Florida a month after a mass shooter killed 17 people at a school in Parkland.

The message reads:

Here is our letter to the Parkland High School students. 
Dear, Parkland Student. I don't know you, but we hear you and we are with you.
Words cannot express the immense amount of sadness we all feel for you. You guys are very brave for what you are doing supporting your classmates. For standing up for what you believe in.
They think we are too young to understand politics, but in a Democracy, every voice matters.
Don't give up your fight.
You may feel like you are in the dark, but you're not alone.

Case students delivered that message in a one-minute long Youtube video, published on Tuesday. 

The video was posted one day before the one-month anniversary of the shooting.

On Wednesday schools across the nation participated in a walkout in the middle of the school day to remember the victims of the shooting and continue the conversation about guns and school safety.