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This brilliant short documentary from The New York Magazine follows one of the lesser known struggles that has came out of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida. The students of the Parkland Shooting have been turning around the conversation on gun control and mobilising the youth of America to get involved in the debate, but back at the school a group of students and teachers have been working flat out on the school’s yearbook, completely redesigning it in order to pay honour to the 17 people who lost their lives. As the students themselves say in the documentary, they are the first school to have ever bounced back from a shooting to complete that year’s yearbook, and their determination to finish it is a testament to their focus that life must go on after such a tragedy.

New York Magazine|Parkland Shooting|Yearbook|Documentary

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