There were many parallels drawn between the 1999 Colorado shooting and the February shooting in Parkland, Florida.
Safe2Tell saw a 50 percent increase in reports post-Parkland and other states are looking into a similar program.
D.C. march organizers say more than 800 “sibling” events will take place all over the world, including in Colorado.
A dozen high schoolers gave speeches, shared personal stories or performed. The student organizers also arranged for Democratic state Sen. Andy Kerr to say a few words.
Students stood, hushed, for 17 minutes as balloons were released into a clear blue sky overhead.
The coordinated protest was meant to mark one month since the deadly shooting in Florida.
In a wide ranging interview with Colorado Matters, the senator also addressed North Korea, and President Trump’s call for new trade tariffs on steel and aluminum.
She was a 12-year-old student at Grover Cleveland Elementary School in San Diego when a teenager opened fire, killing two and wounding nine others.
Every year since Neville was elected in 2014, he’s introduced a bill to allow concealed carry on school grounds.
Frank DeAngelis, who retired from Columbine in 2014, said the shooting survivors will deal with the tragedy in different ways.