The parents of a teenage boy who was killed in a Florida mass shooting on Valentine's Day 2018 are baking cookies to promote gun reform.
Joaquin Oliver, 17, was a victim in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School mass shooting, where 17 were killed and 17 others injured.
This Christmas, his parents Manuel and Patricia Oliver are delivering 1700 cookies to the National Rifle Association (NRA) after the gun rights advocacy group posted on Twitter: "Dear Santa, you give us ammo. We give you cookies. It's that simple."
The cookies were baked in the shape of a person with holes in the body to symbolise the children killed by gun violence.
"These cookies that we make today are not the happy cookies that we usually make for Christmas," Patricia said in a video posted on Twitter.
"It has little holes in it, representing the bullets," Manuel said.
"Holes that end my kid, your kid, anyone's kid's life - forever."
The pair are baking 1700 cookies to represent the 1700 children and teens that die in the US every year due to gun violence.