Surviving A School Shooting | Ivy Schamis | USC Shoah Foundation
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In 2018, a gunman murdered 17 teachers and students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. In her testimony, one of the survivors, Ivy Schamis, recalls that terrifying and tragic day, when two students in her classroom were killed. When the shooting began, Ivy was teaching a unit about combatting hate, using USC Shoah Foundation testimony-based educational activities.
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