Thursday is the one-year anniversary of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
A gunman killed 17 people, including students and staff, in the deadliest high-school shooting in American history.
In a time when mass shootings happen with alarming frequency, then typically fade from headlines, Parkland's staying power stands out. The March For Our Lives Campaign and #NeverAgain Movement have become political forces, led primarily by students fighting to tighten gun laws.
Among the student organizers is Amalia Hochman, a junior at Somerville High School, who said she talks with her friends about what they'd do if a shooter came to their school.
"I know that people including myself will talk day to day about like, oh, that's the closet you'd go in or oh, that's the window that we would have to jump out of," Hochman said.
Amalia Hochman, junior at Somerville High School.
This article was originally published on February 14, 2019.
This segment aired on February 14, 2019.