List Of Schools Staging Walkouts For Trayvon Martin

Hundreds of students marched in support of Trayvon Martin on Friday. Here is a list of Miami-Dade Schools that participated

By Lisa Orkin Emmanuel
|  Friday, Mar 23, 2012  |  Updated 12:00 PM EDT
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Several South Florida schools marched Friday in a protest against the lack of an arrest in the Trayvon Martin shooting. The participating schools included Miami Central, Miami Edison, Miami Norland, American Senior, William H. Turner Tech, Miami Jackson, South Miami, North Miami Beach, Homestead, Miami Northwestern, Miami Killian, Miami Carol City, Miami Southridge, Allapattah Middle, Country Club Middle and Blanche Ely High School.

Several South Florida schools marched Friday in a protest against the lack of an arrest in the Trayvon Martin shooting. The participating schools included Miami Central, Miami Edison, Miami Norland, American Senior, William H. Turner Tech, Miami Jackson, South Miami, North Miami Beach, Homestead, Miami Northwestern, Miami Killian, Miami Carol City, Miami Southridge, Allapattah Middle, Country Club Middle and Blanche Ely High School.

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A list of schools participating in walkouts in support of Trayvon Martin on Friday across Miami-Dade County. This list was given by the public schools spokesman John Schuster.

Miami Norland Senior High

Miami Edison Senior High

Miami Central Senior High

William H. Turner Technical Arts Senior High

Miami Jackson Senior High

South Miami Senior High

North Miami Beach Senior High

Homestead Senior High

Miami Northwestern Senior High

Miami Killian Senior High

Miami Carol City Senior High

Miami Southridge Senior High

American Senior High School

Allapattah Middle School

Country Club Middle School

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