YR Media’s Mila De la Torre details the tense moments during a school lockdown after a gun went off on her campus. “I looked up to see the fear in my teacher’s eyes. When I heard the stress in his voice as he told us to get down, I knew this wasn’t a drill.” Read […]Read More After A Gunshot On Campus, My School Went Into Lockdown
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Joining schools across the country, students in various Boyle Heights schools walked out of class on April 20 in honor of the 19th anniversary of the Columbine massacre. Students advocated for gun control, made speeches protesting violence, registered to vote, and vowed to continue fighting. “We don’t want to have this fear of going to […]Read More Bravo Students Walk Out In Memory Of Columbine Victims
If you heard that someone made a video game where you could assume the roles of the Columbine killers, what would your reaction be? For Youth Radio’s Olivia Monforte and Vanessa Rasmussen, their first reactions were shock and disgust, but then curiosity—what does the game’s creator have to say? “What kind of crazy person […]Read More Could A Game Based On Columbine Promote Anti-Violence?