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The “March For Our Lives” Will it Change Anything?” Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

Marla Eveillard, 14, cries as she hugs friends before the start of a vigil at the Parkland Baptist Church, for the victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, which happened yesterday, in Parkland, Fla., Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018. Nikolas Cruz, who had been expelled form the school, opened fire there.

The shooting that took place at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida wasn’t it’s first in history and will not be the last. As long as the purchase of firearms are so freely obtained in this country, history is deemed to keep repeating itself. But is it the firearm that is so freely obtained the issue? Or the action which drives the person using the firearm? Which of these scenarios is the issue of discussion this country should be addressing?

School shootings, church shootings or public shootings seems to be the norm nowadays with personal gripes linked to mental illness being spilled into society.

There are civil demonstrations expressing outrage and pleas to lawmakers that fall on deaf ears? So how do we expect change? How does the strategy to change laws become the conversation for action?

Join Host Tracy L. Bell at 6:30 p.m. EST tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via Blog Talk Radio for the discussion The “March For Our Lives” Will it Change Anything?”

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“Student Kills Asst. Principal In Rampage”

His name is Robert Butler (pictured here) and he went on a shooting rampage at his high school yesterday. But before doing so, he posted a chilling message on his Facebook page warning them of the attack and blaming the school for driving him to violence.

Butler, 17, burst into an office at Millard South High School in Omaha, NE, during school hours and fired four to five shots, striking the assistant principal and the principal before fleeing in his car and eventually committing suicide about a mile from the school, Omaha police said.

Assistant Principal Vicki Kaspar (L), 58, died at a hospital hours later. The principal, Curtis Case (R), 45, was reported in serious but stable condition.

No students were injured in the shooting.

Isn’t Butler (pictured above) the cutest kid? Which goes on to show you that the devil will use anyone to kill, steal and destroy!!

Butler’s friends and family were left dumbfounded by the attack and struggled to explain what drove the boy, described as fun-loving and energetic, to his gruesome end.