This week is the one-year anniversary of the Parkland shootings.

You might also be interested in a series of Best lists on gun violence, which you can find here.

They include:

Florida School Shooting Tragedy Resources, Including Advice On Talking With Students

The Best Articles & Videos Showing How Parkland’s Teens Are Responding To Tragedy

The Best Resources Sharing The History Of Teens Organizing For Justice

The Best Resources For Learning About The National Student Walkout On March 14th

A Compilation Of Resources To Support Student Organizing

The Best Resources For Learning About “The March For Our Lives”


Here are some resources specifically on the anniversary, and I’ll continue to add to this list:

Parkland anniversary: A year after mass shooting, ‘every day for me is Feb. 14’ is from NBC News.

To Honor Parkland Victims, David Best Is Building A Temple, Then Setting It On Fire is from NPR.

‘Parkland changed everything’: As anniversary approaches, new book examines the school shooting and the students who turned their sorrow into a movement is from The Chicago Tribune.

“Now You Have A Seven-Hour Rehearsal Where You Have To Sing And Cry”: After Parkland Students Survived The Shooting, Their Show Had To Go On. is from BuzzFeed.

Parkland: A Year After the School Shooting That Was Supposed to Change Everything is from The NY Times.

Ex-Marjory Stoneman Douglas Student’s Quest To End Gun Violence is from NPR.

Parkland Student Survivors Brace For 1st Anniversary Of School Shooting is from NPR.