Everett Community College Student Life’s diversity and engagement coordinator Katina Brown explains some of the props she made, including this one with the Florida school shooting victims’ photographs and names, for display Wednesday and Thursday in Parks Cafe. Brown and Student Life social justice and current events coordinator Cameron Calder hope to collect donations to help those affected by Florida’s tragic shooting as well as pay respect to the victims. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Everett Community College Student Life’s diversity and engagement coordinator Katina Brown explains some of the props she made, including this one with the Florida school shooting victims’ photographs and names, for display Wednesday and Thursday in Parks Cafe. Brown and Student Life social justice and current events coordinator Cameron Calder hope to collect donations to help those affected by Florida’s tragic shooting as well as pay respect to the victims. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

After tragedy, Everett students support Florida students

EvCC will host a 2-day event to pay respects and offer donations to victims of Parkland shooting.

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