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19 Years Later, Columbine Looms Large Over Today's Mass Shootings

April 20, 2018: It’s been 19 years since the massacre at Columbine High School in Colorado, but just 65 days since the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida. Today, as students across the country are once again walking out of their classrooms in protest, demanding "Never Again," we hear from people who have survived mass shootings and been forced to consider what comes next. The Takeaway hosts a conversation between Columbine survivors and survivors of the Aurora massacre. Plus, we examine the unfolding teachers' strike in Arizona; a new film by Amy Schumer that's stirring some controversy; and after seven seasons, the very end of ABC's smash-hit, "Scandal."

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