By Elizabeth Van Brocklin | thetrace.org
Published in December of 2019

SUMMARY: A must listen to, sobering 24-minutes where kids from kindergarten to high school give their thoughts on school lockdown drills.

KEY QUOTE: “It has this weird feeling as I could go to school and I could die. Pick a day of the week. Take a calendar and throw a dart at a calendar. I could die on that day.”

Lockdown: What Kids Think About School Shooting Drills


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BOOK: Collateral Damage

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