Calling All Teens!
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How do mass shootings impact your life?
Be part of the conversation about gun violence. We’re stronger together!
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Here are some questions that will help you to express yourself or interview others about gun violence
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- Are you scared that a school shooting could happen in your school?
- Do you think about it sometimes? What about when you’re not at school?
- Do you feel afraid sometimes in a public space like the street, park etc.?
- Have you ever had nightmares about mass shootings?
- Have you ever felt paranoid about someone, thinking that this person might be a shooter?
- How many active shooter drills do you do every year in your school?
- What other drills do you do in your school? (earthquake, fire, etc.? )
- Do your parents talk to you about gun violence?
- Are they afraid of it?
- What is their point of view about gun control?
- What is your point of view about gun control?
- What do you think could be done better by your school to protect the students?
- What do you think could be done better by the government to protect the students?
- What do you think could be done better by every human being to protect the students?
- Often, perpetrators of these kinds of crimes are very isolated and/or badly bullied. Can you think of someone who is bullied or isolated at your school? Do you feel that it is everyone’s responsibility to try to help these kinds of people?
- If you knew someone that you think might lash out violently, what would you do? (Let answer and depending on what they answer...ask "And what if the person is a passive person" How would that make you feel?)
- What other thoughts do you have on gun violence?