Parkland: Birth of a Movement

Parkland: Birth of a Movement

by Dave Cullen

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780062882974
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 02/12/2019
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 400
Sales rank: 33,507
File size: 789 KB

About the Author

Dave Cullen is the author of New York Times Bestseller Columbine. Cullen has also written for New York Times, BuzzFeed, Vanity Fair, Politico Magazine, Times of London, New Republic, Newsweek, Guardian, Washington Post, Daily Beast, Slate, Salon, The Millions, Lapham's Quarterly, and NPR's On The Media. 

Table of Contents

Prologue 1

Part I Uprising

1 Valentine's Day 19

2 Lightning Strike 31

3 #NeverAgain 55

4 Tallahassee 75

5 Spring Awakening 100

6 Back to "Normal" 123

Part II Building a Movement

7 Peace Warriors 137

8 Strategy 147

9 Change the Ref 168

10 Exhausted 182

11 Walkout 200

12 The Memes Men 220

13 Harvard 256

14 March for Their Lives 266

15 PTSD 289

Part III The Long Road

16 Denver Noticed 299

17 Setbacks 315

18 Graduation 336

19 Road to Change 364

20 Homeward Bound 390

21 The Third Rail 403

Epilogue 414

Acknowledgments 427

Notes on Sources 435

Works Cited 519

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Parkland: Birth of a Movement 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous 6 months ago
These kids endured horrors, yet they rose above them and are fighting for us.
preed 5 months ago
In a time when it feels like school shootings have just become de rigueur, Dave Cullen gives us a sense of optimism and hope by capturing the energy and passion of the survivors who have come to understand the power of voting. As a Columbine survivor, I appreciate the message of these young people and Cullen as one of their most effective messengers.
WhirlyG 6 months ago
An excellent following of both the survivors and change makers after MSD. Captures their strength and rage in the face of a malicious minority of gun-toting policy makers who profit from the fear and power they wield precariously, panicking at the hint of reforms that take that perceived power away. One year later, the players have changed chairs; the NRA-supported candidates all have new jobs. MSD rages on. As kids today say, and have been saying for a year, MAKE IT STOP.