The "2018 Yearbook" memorializes victims of school shootings

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Published on 14 Dec 2019, 22:25
Saturday marked the seventh anniversary of when Scarlett Lewis' son Jesse was killed during the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut. Since his death, she has founded the "Jesse Lewis Choose Love Foundation" to combat violence in America's schools. Now, her latest project called the "2018 Yearbook" depicts all 37 victims killed in school shootings across the country last year. She sat down with CBSN's Reena Ninan to discuss her newest endeavours in the wake of tragedy.

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