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Latimes. The crisis was over, the danger had passed, and Saugus High students were wandering bewildered through a sea of squad cars and news vans, trying to wrap their minds around what had just transpired on the campus quad.


“I never thought this would happen in Santa Clarita.” That familiar refrain was all many students could think of to say when a newscaster stuck a microphone in their face. They’d felt safe in the cosseted security of their close-knit suburban community, the hometown of so many law enforcement officers. Latimes. As Santa Clarita mourned the two students killed in the shooting at Saugus High School, law enforcement authorities tried to uncover a motive for the attack and how the shooter obtained the gun he used.


Throughout the day and into Friday night, residents, students and families came together around a makeshift memorial in Central Park, a short walk from the school. The teenager who opened fire on his classmates before shooting himself died Friday night at a hospital, authorities said. - The Washington Post. Ayanna Pressley - The Urgency of Gun Control and Trump’s Immigration Cruelty. Why passing gun control legislation is so hard. Switzerland’s Responsible Gun Nuts Pt. 1. What Causes Mass Shootings? President Trump addresses weekend's deadly mass shootings, live stream. They died shielding their infant son from gunfire. The Mass Shootings in El Paso and Dayton Should Spur Democrats to Propose Big Ideas on Gun Violence. An hour into the first Democratic Presidential debate, in Miami, in June, Chuck Todd, one of the moderators, segued into what he called “the gun question.”

The Mass Shootings in El Paso and Dayton Should Spur Democrats to Propose Big Ideas on Gun Violence

He pointed out that Parkland, Florida, where seventeen people were killed in a school shooting last year, was just fifty miles away, and that the outpouring of teen-age activism against gun violence that followed had inspired many on the stage to unveil “robust plans” addressing the crisis. Todd mentioned the assault-weapons ban, a proposal supported by nearly all of the Democratic candidates, but asked Senator Elizabeth Warren what she believed the federal government should do about the “hundreds of millions of guns already out there.”

Yet Warren deflected in her response. Back-to-Back Outbreaks of Gun Violence in El Paso and Dayton Stun Country. The nine victims were men and women ranging from 22 to 57 years old, including Mr.

Back-to-Back Outbreaks of Gun Violence in El Paso and Dayton Stun Country

Betts’s sister, Megan K. Betts, who was 22. Twenty-seven other people were injured. The authorities said they still had not established a motive for the shooting. They said Mr. Across the country, Americans tried to process the weekend of violence while going about their usual routines. “Our real challenge is to look within,” he said. 'House' systems at area schools unite students. CINCINNATI -- At Moeller High School , students aren’t just freshmen, sophomores, juniors or seniors — they're also members of a house.

'House' systems at area schools unite students

Yes, it's similar to Harry Potter -- only, at Moeller, you're in Zaragoza, Zehler, Eveslage, Quiroga, Pillar or Trinity house. Like at Hogwarts, each Moeller house is named for people and places with connections to the school. How Being Part of a 'House' Within a School Helps Students Gain A Sense of Belonging. Principal Hayes believes these mentoring activities are to thank for helping reduce bullying and other behavioral problems. Since the house system was introduced at Lake Canyon, suspensions went from nine to zero, she said, and instances of students being sent to the office for discipline greatly decreased.

A sense of inclusion and engagement in a common enterprise can have academic benefits as well as social-emotional ones, according to Jennifer Kloczko, the principal of Stoneridge Elementary School in Roseville, California. Two teams of her teachers traveled to observe Lake Canyon’s house system in action as they launched their own. “When kids are really excited about school,” Kloczko said, “they are happier and they tend to learn more.” St Helena Secondary College Introduction. Castro: NRA's answer is more guns, but think about this. Thousands download 3D-printed gun designs. Blueprints for 3D-printed guns, published online four days early amid last-minute attempts to ban them, have been downloaded thousands of times.

Thousands download 3D-printed gun designs

The designs were not due to be made public until Wednesday, following a ruling from the US Justice Department. But blueprints for nine types of gun were uploaded to the Defense Distributed website on Friday. And, on Monday, multi-state legal action was filed seeking to block the ruling that Americans could see them. President Trump has also voiced concern via his Twitter account. Mississippi 9-year-old allegedly shoots teen sister to death over video game controller. A teenage Mississippi girl whose 9-year-old brother allegedly shot her over a video game has died, according to ABC Tupelo affiliate WTVA-TV.

Mississippi 9-year-old allegedly shoots teen sister to death over video game controller

Dijonae White, 13, died at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital in Tupelo Sunday evening after the boy allegedly shot her in the head during an argument Saturday over the video game’s controller, Monroe County officials told the station. Officers responded to the scene around 1 p.m. Saturday and learned that White’s brother had allegedly grabbed a gun and shot his sister in the back of the head after she refused to hand over the controller, according to WTVA. The children’s mother was in another room preparing lunch when the incident occurred, Monroe County Sheriff Cecil Cantrell told WTVA.

It was unclear how the boy gained access to the weapon and whether he was custody, WTVA reported. The boy’s name has not been released. Cantrell has no experience with such cases so he was unaware of what the consequences might be, he told the station. Alabama Lawmaker Opposes Arming Teachers Because 'Lady Teachers' Are 'Scared Of Guns' White House proposes arming teachers, backpedals on raising age to buy guns. The proposals, which come more than three weeks after the Parkland, Florida, school shooting, also include a plan to establish a commission chaired by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos that will recommend policy and funding proposals for school violence prevention, including possible age restrictions on some firearms purchases.

White House proposes arming teachers, backpedals on raising age to buy guns

The commission does not have a set timeline of when it will report its findings, although an official said it would be within one year. "Today we are announcing meaningful actions, steps that can be taken right away to help protect students," DeVos said Sunday. "Far too often the focus has been only on the most contentious fights -- the things that have divided people and sent them into their entrenched corners," she continued. "But the plan that we're going to advance and talk about is a pragmatic plan to dramatically increase school safety and to take steps to do so right away. " Hardening school security. DIY Guns: A Landmark Ruling Opens the Door for Homemade Firearms. Des armes imprimées en 3 D désormais légalisées et téléchargeables comme la musique aux USA.

France Info du 12 juillet sur l'accès des parents au compte Facebook de leur fille décédée Radio Classique du 10 juillet 2018 sur le port du maillot de bain en ville France Soir du 5 juillet 2018 sur les recours pour les notes du bac.

Des armes imprimées en 3 D désormais légalisées et téléchargeables comme la musique aux USA

Question d'actualité - La régulation des armes à feu aux États-Unis après la fusillade de Parkland — Anglais. L'engagement des lycéens et le mouvement #NeverAgain Emma Gonzalez, élève au Lycée Marjory Stoneman Douglas, fait un discours lors d'un rassemblement en faveur de la régulation des armes à feu à Fort Lauderdale en Florida.

Question d'actualité - La régulation des armes à feu aux États-Unis après la fusillade de Parkland — Anglais

Source : Youtube. Gun culture. Guns in the US "We are the candy store for guns in the world. "Joe Vince, former top official, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. N.R.A. Urges Boycott of a Dallas Restaurant Supporting ‘Reasonable’ Gun Laws. Gun legislation passes Florida House, goes to governor. The Florida House passed a school safety bill Wednesday that includes new restrictions on rifle sales and a program to arm some teachers, sending the measure to the governor for his signature. The vote of 67-50 reflected a mix of Republicans and Democrats in support and opposition. The measure, a response to the shootings at a Parkland high school that left 17 dead, is supported by the victims' families. Sacha Baron Cohen Fools Republicans Into Filming Ad About Arming Toddlers. Who Should Be Armed in Florida Schools? Not Teachers, Lawmakers Say. But Maybe Librarians.

Vu des États-Unis. Armes à feu : les Américains devraient s’inspirer de l’exemple français. Alors que le débat sur les armes à feu fait de nouveau rage aux États-Unis après la tuerie de Parkland, ce chroniqueur cite en exemple la législation française en la matière. Des règles particulièrement strictes, mais qui contribuent à neutraliser le danger que représentent les armes. Le 13 novembre 2015, des terroristes ont attaqué la salle de concert du Bataclan et plusieurs terrasses de restaurant dans Paris, tuant 130 personnes et en blessant des centaines d’autres. La Floride ouvre la voie à l’armement de certains enseignants. Emma Gonzalez questions NRA spokeswoman. CO BAC anglais : Why does America love guns?, avec script. Kids can't do much except buy guns. Guns With History. Marchers across the US united in plan for pro-gun politicians: 'Vote them out'

For four minutes and 25 seconds, 18-year-old Emma Gonzalez held a crowd of hundreds of thousands in the nation’s capital in near total silence. With tears rolling down her cheeks, intermittently closing her eyes, the teenager’s stillness told its own story. In the moments before, she had called out the name of each of her fellow students and teachers gunned down five weeks ago. By the time she broke her silence Gonzalez had been on stage for six minutes and 20 seconds, the same time it took a gunman to claim 17 lives at her school, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, in Parkland, Florida. “No one could comprehend the devastating aftermath or how far this would reach or where this would go,” she said.

“For those who still can’t comprehend because they refuse to, I’ll tell you where it went: right into the ground, six feet deep.” One-by-one students from Parkland took to the stage to offer a series of combative, direct and emotionally raw speeches to the throngs on the street in front of them. Stop Shielding Gun Makers. NPR Choice page. US gun reform: Stories behind the movement's protest art. Image copyright AMPLIFIER/ KOY SUNTICHOTINUN/ KATE DECICCIO On 24 March thousands of people will join the March For Our Lives protest in Washington in response to the recent Florida school shooting. Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have been leading calls for gun reform since the shooting, in which 17 people lost their lives. Donald Trump has told US politicians he wants stronger gun control laws - a bill "really strong on background checks", while he's also suggested training school staff to use firearms.

The National Rifle Association (NRA) says people who want gun control are "exploiting" the Florida shooting. Mr Trump says both main US political parties are "petrified" of the NRA. As the debate rages on, protesters will march towards the White House with posters and placards - and some of those signs will have been produced by Amplifier, an organisation which makes art to promote activist movements. Newsbeat spoke to four of them about the inspiration for their posters.

New NRA president says gun control activists are 'civil terrorists' Activists pushing for stronger gun laws are engaged in “civil terrorism”, Oliver North, the former Fox News commentator appointed as the next president of the National Rifle Association, has claimed. The former Reagan-era security adviser, who was once convicted on charges related to the Iran-Contra affair, also claimed the NRA was the target of a “cyberwar”. “They’re not activists – this is civil terrorism. This is the kind of thing that’s never been seen against a civil rights organization in America,” Oliver North told the Washington Examiner, a conservative newspaper.

“You go back to the terrible days of Jim Crow and those kinds of things – even there you didn’t have this kind of thing.” During the era of Jim Crow segregation, American civil rights activists were beaten and murdered. “They can do all the cyberwar against us – they’re doing it,” North said. Séquence "Gun violence in the US" - Ducasse -Soutenance TICE- Sem 4. Barack Obama: US gun control inaction must end. Gun culture. 02 October 2015 - Oregon shooting at Umpqua College kills 10. Gun nation: a journey to the heart of America's gun culture – video. About the Guardian Bertha documentary partnership The Guardian is partnering with Bertha Foundation to tell international documentary film stories with global impact. Bertha Foundation support activists, storytellers and lawyers who are working to bring about social and economic justice, and human rights for all. The Guardian and Bertha Foundation are commissioning a series of 12 short documentary films from independent filmmakers.

The series covers global stories, with a focus on films that have the ability to advance the contemporary issues they address, and and raise awareness of people and movements who are catalysts for change. Time. It’s not going to be a quiet summer off for the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. With the school year ending, many of the Parkland school shooting survivors are taking their political activism on the road.

The students are embarking on a two-month, nationwide bus tour dubbed March For Our Lives: Road to Change, the group announced Monday. NRA TV: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO) There have been 11 US school shootings this year. Is it time to arm teachers? Question d'actualité - La régulation des armes à feu aux États-Unis après la fusillade de Parkland. It was my duty to finally speak out in a way that would reach a lot of people. Motherjones. IT WAS A MILD, crystal clear desert evening on November 15, 2004, when Jennifer Longdon and her fiance, David Rueckert, closed up his martial-arts studio and headed out to grab some carnitas tortas from a nearby taqueria.

They were joking and chatting about wedding plans—the local Japanese garden seemed perfect—as Rueckert turned their pickup into the parking lot of a strip mall in suburban north Phoenix. A red truck with oversize tires and tinted windows sideswiped theirs, and as they stopped to get out, Rueckert’s window exploded. He told Longdon to get down and reached for the handgun he had inside a cooler on the cab floor. As he threw the truck into gear, there were two more shots. America's gun problem, explained. On Sunday, it happened again: another mass shooting in America.

'The NRA didn't tolerate dissent well': how the gun lobby stays on-message. Culture - Sundance 2016: Under the Gun explores firearms in the US. Slate’s Use of Your Data. Stop the bullet ! kill the gun ! Feldman: 'Too late to remove guns from US' Businessinsider. Gun laws in the US, state by state – interactive. Jack Johnson - Cookie Jar Lyrics. America's deadly devotion to guns. US told its gun culture is based on myth.

US gun debate: Guns in numbers. The 2nd Amendment. Fan Made NRA Commercial. Tracy Chapman Bang Bang Bang Lyrics. Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) Lyrics - Sunny Bono - Soundtrack Lyrics. 10 USA Gun Rights Debate Facts - WMNews Ep. 33. Guns With History. Demand A Plan to End Gun Violence. La NRA a trouvé l'origine des tueries de masse et ce ne sont pas les armes à feu. Gun culture. L'armée américaine crée un jeu de simulation pour préparer les profs aux fusillades. I Was a Marine. I Don’t Want a Gun in My Classroom. Australia’s gun laws are a beacon of hope – Tasmanians should vote to defend them. Banning assault rifles would be constitutional (opinion) Safety In Schools: The Debate Over Guns & The Second Amendment. Pennsylvania School District Arms 500 Teachers With Mini Baseball Bats. Question d'actualité - La régulation des armes à feu aux États-Unis après la fusillade de Parkland — Anglais.

Safety In Schools: The Debate Over Guns & The Second Amendment. Banning assault rifles would be constitutional (opinion) Welcome to the Gun Show! - Inside Amy Schumer. Gun Law Scorecard. Etats-Unis : un professeur tire dans un lycée. Gun Law Scorecard. Dutch TV Comedy Perfectly Sums Up America's Gun Problem. Georgia shooting: Police at Dalton high school after shots fired.

Florida survivor won't return to school until new gun laws. Donald Trump wants to do something on guns. He has no idea what. Define "good guy" with a gun... - Rogue Kite Productions. Some gun owners are getting rid of their weapons after the Florida shooting. Trump’s proposal to arm teachers would endanger students of color. Why I will never carry a gun in my classroom. These schools say arming teachers 'can be done right' ‘Teachers Are Educators, Not Security Guards’: Educators Respond to Trump Proposal. Donald Trump says a teacher 'would have shot the hell out of' Florida school gunman. President Trump wants to arm teachers to prevent mass shootings — here's what the science says about guns in schools. Youth baseball team raffles AR-15 after Florida shooting. Gun Law Scorecard. Congress has ideas on gun violence, but no consensus. Actualités en rapport avec #armmewith sur Twitter. In #ArmMeWith movement, teachers ask to be armed.