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How can we ever identified the warning signs that someone is about to snap well.
After losing his sister Rachel Joyce got in the column -- has the massacre back in 1999.
Hit her brother started Rachel's challenge along with the rest of his family and they travel to schools around the country to educate parents and students how they can identify these common warning signs.
Com mind shooting survivor Craig Scott racial.
Joins us now from Laura Cragg.
It's nice to see you this morning before we get to.
Your sister -- how you travel around the country just tell us how that area is doing this morning in light of what happened with com live and now.
Years later this horrible tragedy.
I think that.
That you know it's just very sad.
I think that a lot of people have been reminded.
Column buying here in the community about where we're trying to be there four and supportive of the people that are suffering.
Now that have lost loved ones -- were injured.
That are more directly impacted by by the shooting.
And it's just this is sad time in Colorado.
Yeah -- we remember you back in 1999 in the aftermath of a horrible dot com by shooting and and -- your family you know you wanted to do something.
In memory of Rachel your sister and you started Rachel's challenge you travel around the country as we said trying to educate parents -- other students about warning signs.
What are the warning signs that something like this movie massacre are about to happen.
You know I think that it's it's hard to predicts -- -- kind of random acts of violence like this where there's very you have someone that's just gonna go into a random place to do shooting.
And kill innocent people people that -- he may have never matter at any interaction was.
About what we tried to do.
-- -- challenges.
We try to affect culture.
Through the power of story.
And gives challenges.
Doing with kindness and compassion how you treat one another kind of contribute to.
That atmosphere culture lack of a school.
And that actually believe we feel like it's been an antidote to.
Anger or hatred or violence we know that.
What we've gone to schools and we've we've.
We've done our program there that we have actually known about school shootings -- have been prevented -- citizen were planning to hurt himself or others.
Had a change of heart.
And so I it's for us it's not so much about trying to identify who could possibly.
Do is shooting and.
And and intervene it's more being proactive -- focusing on what everyone can do.
To make the culture of -- school better obviously this didn't happen at school happen with the 24 year old.
Dropped out and and so this is a different situation but I do I do feel like.
Your kindness and compassion which is our big messages it is and antidotes anger hatred.
No one can argue -- That there does need to be more love and kindness and -- in every culture and the fact that you -- your found there trying to spread that and not have your sister's.
Death be in -- is beautiful and thanks so much for coming in -- -- inspiring message.
Craig Scott best of luck to you we appreciate hearing from you this morning.
Thank you so much.
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