I had this thought when I was sitting in class today. Why don't we have a day of silence of those who have been killed by the Co$? This could be effective for students in either high school or college, but anyone could do it. You would simply walk around campus during class changes or lunch with a small sign. One side reads "I am observing a day of silence for the for the individuals who's lives have been destroyed by the Church of Scientology.". On the other side it has a QR code to http://www.whyaretheydead.info. It seems like a good way to reach out to the younger generation and inform them of the atrocities being preformed by the church. I am open to criticism and suggestions. This is my first time posting an event so I may not know how this works.