The stars of a hit TV sitcom are lending their support to the students of Broward County's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the scene of the Valentine's Day massacre in which 17 people were gunned down.
A video featuring the cast of ABC's "Modern Family" was released on Wednesday.
Ty Burrell, Julie Bowen, Ed O'Neill, Sofia Vergara, and the rest express their condolences and support for the shooting victims and for those fighting for "common-sense gun laws."
They promise to be right by the side of those taking part in the March 24th "March for Our Lives" in Washington, DC and elsewhere.
“We sent our condolences and support to the students of Parkland,” Jesse Tyler Ferguson, 42, says in the video.
“Your bravery and resolve in response to the senseless tragedy inspires us and gives us hope,” add Julie Bowen, 48.
Sarah Hyland, 27, chimes in saying that the stars of the ABC comedy back everyone fighting for “common sense gun laws,” and her onscreen sister Ariel Winter, 20, encourages all Americans to register to vote.