As soon as we entered the hall, firing started behind us in the hall. Our teacher said close the doors. We closed the doors and suddenly they entered, breaking the doors… As soon as we hid under tables, they fired bullets at our legs and our heads and then they burned our madam. They burned our madam. The firing continued but we didn’t move because whoever moved got shot at.
A student injured in the siege told NDTV from a hospital bed.
*now we just need equal protection rights for housing and work!
*and I live in Michigan, one of 3 states that through “religious protection laws” or as I like to call them, “crusade to be a bigot laws” same sex couples can still be denied to adopt based solely on their sexual orientation if the adoption agency is religiously affiliated. (most adoption agencies in Michigan are religiously affiliated)
This is a victory to be proud of but the fight is not over!