20 years later, Columbine survivors raise children in world shaped by attack

20 years later, Columbine survivors raise children in world shaped by attack

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20 years later, Columbine survivors raise children in world shaped by attack April 16, 2019 at 4:08 AM EDT – Updated April 16 at 10:08 PM By KATHLEEN FOODY, ALLEN G. BREED and P. SOLOMON BANDA Associated Press

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Now, the mother of four – and columbine shooting survivor. are my children," he said, "and what I care about most is their safety." The prospect of Amy Over’s 13-year-old daughter starting high.

 · Columbine survivors raise children in world shaped by attack KATHLEEN FOODY April 16, 2019 DENVER (AP) – Dropping her kids off at school used to be the hardest part of Kacey Ruegsegger Johnson’s day.

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“It’s still standing 20 years later. It represents us, still standing 20 years later.” She hopes her own daughter, now 8 years old, can attend the school, home to about 1,700 students.

20 years after school attack, Columbine remembers 13 lost. school library in Littleton, Colo., near where several survivors and family members of the. by their own memories of the sunny Tuesday in April that shocked the world.. Districts across the country formed teams to assess threats and cooperate.

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Many of these students-turned-parents grapple with crippling fear as their children walk into their own schools, shaped by attacks at Columbine and so many others, including Virginia Tech, Sandy.

Later. a panic attack?” the ER doctors asked her. “I didn’t put two and two together,” Over said, realizing that leaving her daughter in class had triggered the most horrific day of her life: April.

"There are parts of the world I wish our kids never had to know about. I wish that there would never be a day I had to tell them the things I’ve been through." As the survivors of Columbine entered.

Still, Washington has had little appetite for federal gun reforms despite surges in activism following Columbine and the 2012 shooting deaths of 20 children and six adults inside Sandy Hook Elementary.

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