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Youth and Young Adults: What Can Be Done to Prevent School Shootings?

In the USA, the topic of school shootings, especially by college and high school students, has periodically been center stage, involving unbearable and overwhelming heart ache for trauma for so many people. What questions can we ask to prevent these tragedies in the future?

Image Aftermath of a school shooting in Chardon, Ohio: Trauma and Mutual Support
After a school shooting, there is a window of time when people search for answers, and provide each other with close mutual support. Let's not wait for a future tragedy to ask these questions now, and work together in community to prevent these atrocities.
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