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‘Not going to die in vain’: Post tornadoes, families fight for change

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I traveled to Moore, Oklahoma, three months after a deadly tornado swept through, claiming the lives of seven children seeking refuge at school. Their parents had bonded together in grief and embarked upon a new mission: making sure every child is safe at school from twisters. Here is my three-part series.

‘Not going to die in vain’: Grieving Oklahoma parents crusade for storm shelters

Back-to-school jitters have new meaning for Oklahoma students after deadly tornado

For students in tornado-ravaged town, back-to-school will be ‘new normal’

 

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