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Titre Parkland School Shooting : How the Students Turned Tragedy into a Youth Movement. April 2018 [videorecording] / Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Éditeur Toronto : Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 2018
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Collection News in Review
Sujet anglais School shootings -- Florida -- Broward County
Gun control -- United States
Firearms -- Law and legislation -- United States
Social sciences
Law -- Study and teaching
Civics -- Study and teaching
Political science
Collaboration Serapio, Michael host
Chang, Andrew journalist
Hanomansing, Ian journalist
Hunter, Paul journalist
D'Souza, Steven journalist
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Description 1 streaming video (18 min 13 sec)
Durée 001813
Note From the Curio.ca channel: News in Review | Current Edition.
Available for the subscribers of Bibliothèques de Montréal [QMBM]
Distribution Host: Serapio, Michael ; Journalist: Chang, Andrew ; Journalist: Hanomansing, Ian ; Journalist: Hunter, Paul ; Journalist: D'Souza, Steven.
Résumé On Valentine's Day 2018 a gunman entered a high school in Parkand, Florida and opened fire. By the time he was apprehended there were 17 dead including teachers and students. The massacre became a warrior cry for the students. They raised their voices to demand stricter gun control laws and it swept across the country. It's not the first time people in the U.S. have called for gun restrictions after a mass shooting. But this time the students of Parkland had momentum and that turned their moment into a movement.
Note Mode of access : Web
Langue In English.
Closed-captioned.
Note Source of description from Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Type doc. Internet resource
   
   
   
 
 
   
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