Twenty years after Columbine, Rocky Mountain Public Media takes you Beyond Columbine. Take an in-depth look at the national impact Columbine has had – not only on our school children, but for victims of other gun violence, in the realm of mental health, and on our art and culture.
Please join us for an evening of conversation and reflection in:
Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Grand Junction, and Durango.
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Tuesday, April 30th
6:00 - 8:30pm
Conversation Starts: 6:30pm
Insight with John Ferrugia
Wounded and Witnesses
Podcast: Three people who saw the worst of the attacks describe how they have worked to recover and how the incident has impacted their lives in unexpected ways.
Survivors in the Classroom
Podcast: Two Columbine survivors discuss returning to the classroom as teachers in a world where lockdowns and realistic active shooter drills have become a way of life for schools.
Caliber of Healing
Personal stories of healing from Coloradans who suffered spinal cord injuries inflicted by bullets.
Arts District: Guns to Garden Tools
Sandy Hook motivated this Colorado Springs artist to turn guns into workable garden tools.
Arts District: Answer the Call
Columbine inspired a Denver artist to bring Dr. Martin Luther King to schools in a musical performance.
Columbine student remembers red flags about killers
Columbine killers raised red flags; 81% of school shooters do
How much has the book by mother of Columbine killer raised for charity?
Sue Klebold did not profit from the publication of her book.
Conversation with a School Shooter
He brought a gun to school when he was 14 and paid the price. Now he’s a man and he explains what happened.
Operation Gun Debate: Two Trauma Surgeon Brothers Talk Guns and Injuries
These surgeon brothers specialize in gun wounds, but disagree on guns