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

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 · Obsession with 1999 attack could shape Columbine’s future. Via CNN.. “It’s still standing 20 years later. It represents us, still standing 20 years later.”. survivors and current.

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And what they experienced two decades ago is shaping how they relate to their own kids. SCOTT SIMON, HOST: Twenty years ago. MINOR: Many Columbine survivors, not just Amy, are now raising families..

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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.

 · The Columbine survivors have lived their lives in a fish bowl. The media glare seems to get brighter with each passing year. They didn’t have cell phones 20 years ago. police weren’t adequately trained for an attack on a high school. Survivors had no one to turn to for guidance.

20 years later, Columbine survivors raise children in world shaped by attack april 16, 2019 at 3:08 AM CDT – Updated April 16 at 9:08 PM By KATHLEEN FOODY, ALLEN G. BREED and P. SOLOMON BANDA Associated Press

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 · Listen to a special episode of "All In" with Columbine survivor Will Beck by clicking here. Twenty years have passed, but there are a handful of people who still recall every detail of their experience on April 20, 1999. You might also remember where you were that day when you are reminded that April 20, 1999 was the day of the Columbine shooting.

Within an hour, 18-year-old Harris and his 17-year-old partner Dylan Klebold – a fellow Columbine high school student and Brown’s friend since first grade – were dead. In that same time, they had murdered 12 students and one teacher in what was then the deadliest school shooting in American history.