Through a collection of personal narratives, members of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (MSD) community share how they navigate their lives in the aftermath of a school shooting that spawned marches in Washington, DC, and nationwide organizing surrounding gun violence. MSD activism exists beyond conventional political means and the work of healing the community continues in other forums. While the names and faces of student activists are easily recognizable, in this piece readers will encounter largely overlooked voices, as attention deservedly went to student activists, hearing from adults who live, teach, work, and parent in and around Parkland, FL.

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