As Mary Seaton, 67, walked down Pennsylvania Avenue, she held a sign indicating that her grandson goes to Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School.
Seaton, who is from Carlisle, Pa., said that the day of the shooting at her grandson’s high school, he was running late and his mother decided to take him out of school for the day and do something fun.
“It was a miracle that he wasn’t in class,” she said, choking up.
The shooting was on the floor where Seaton’s grandson had class. Three of his friends died that day.
“It has to stop, and the more people demonstrating, the better,” she said.