A group of student activists rally in New York City to mark the anniversary of the April 20, 1999, Columbine High School mass shooting.
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Two New York teachers have helped organize a summer workshop on social activism and human rights for 75 high-school students. English teacher Thea MacFawn said the program allows students to think critically and dig deeper into topics of interest that may receive only limited attention during the school year.

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