(Audio) Bel Air middle schoolers reflect on Columbine, anti-bullying

Posted: November 7, 2011 in Church, popular culture and you, Movie Reviews, Politics, Schools news, World Events, Young Adults, Youth
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It’s hard to imagine that today’s middle schoolers were barely alive when the Columbine incident happened in Colorado. It was such a big cultural moment. But, St. Margaret’s Catholic School in Bel Air is incorporating lessons learned 12 years ago about bullying to today’s classrooms. Check out my story in The Catholic Review to learn more.
Take a listen to an interview I did with students Katie Sullivan and Julia Haigley below. Occasionally, guidance counselor Martha Sullivan chimes in with her thoughts as well. It’s amazing how insightful and idealistic young people are. If only us grown ups were the same way.

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