Brattleboro Union High School students hold Second Amendment rally

This article by Harmony Birch originally appeared April 4 in the Brattleboro Reformer.

BRATTLEBORO — A group of Brattleboro Union High School students gathered outside school on Friday, March 30, to rally a second time for the Second Amendment.

The first rally was held March 23. About 30 students and community members showed up before school and held U.S. and “Don’t Tread on Me” flags.

Ryan Struthers, a 12th-grader and one of the organizers of the rally, said that students decided to do a second rally to open it up to the public. He said there hasn’t been much of a reaction to the first rally.

“On social media, there’s been no hate,” he said. “Some people don’t like it but they kind of just deal with it, so that’s good.” He’s unsure of whether the group will hold any more rallies.

Read full story at the Brattleboro Reformer.

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4 thoughts on “Brattleboro Union High School students hold Second Amendment rally

  1. Thanks to those children intelligent enough to know what is happening in America and to speak out to defend their rights

    Thank you

  2. It just goes to show , there is some common sense in the younger generation !!
    I assume they had parents that taught them well , not the whinny little snowflakes
    that protested last week , they didn’t have a clue just indoctrinated fools spewing
    the same old rhetoric.

    Lets put these kids head to head on gun issues and the handling of a firearm and
    lets find out what they know about Bill S.55 and it issues, apparently our legislators
    have no clue. Maybe these School kids can steer them straight.

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