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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Crystal Woodman Miller huddled under the table in the Columbine High School library, a friend’s arm wrapped around her, sheltering her body with his own.

“Crystal,” he said, “I promise I will take a bullet for you.”

That’s when two boys from her school entered the room and began a killing rampage.

Miller could hear them mocking those they shot as they moved closer and closer to where she hid. She began to pray. Soon, one of the gunman’s boots was just inches from her body. She could smell him. Feel his presence. She waited for her turn to die.

“Will it be quick?” she wondered. “Or will I suffer slowly?”

Then the shooting stopped. Out of ammo, the perpetrators left to get more. They vowed to return to murder those who remained. When they were out of sight, Miller fled.

“It looked like a war had taken place in that room,” she said. “I stepped over the bodies of classmates to save myself.”

Nearly 21 years have passed since that April day when 12 students, one teacher and the two student gunmen died. The events at Columbine intensified the national conversation around mass shootings. Since then, hundreds of acts of violence have shattered the country. Las Vegas. Nashville. Milwaukee. With each attack, the nation’s attention diverts to new victims, the latest assault eclipsing the one before it.

But survivors from past tragedies remain marked by trauma and are left with few tangible tools to manage the pain. They are isolated by an experience hardly anyone else can understand.

This month, a new initiative to support those affected by mass shootings begins. In a first-of-its-kind workshop, The Onsite Foundation brings survivors from across the country together for a week-long retreat on a private campus just outside Nashville to provide a safe place to process, connect and heal.

The program, called Triumph Over Tragedy, was created to honor the life of Austin Eubanks, a survivor of the 1999 Columbine shooting and a champion for trauma-based causes and programs. Eubanks died of an overdose in 2019. His girlfriend, Laura Hutfless, now helps lead the effort as a member of the foundation board.

She is guided by the foundation’s Survivor Advisory Council, which includes victims from Columbine, Parkland, Thurston, Charleston, Las Vegas, Aurora and the Nashville Waffle House tragedies. Miller is among them.

Triumph Over Tragedy, Miller said, evokes emotional understanding in the face of the incomprehensible. “It’s knowing I’m not broken, I’m not ruined because of what I have been through, but I am still journeying through this,” she said. “I don’t have to be rushed through this process just because our culture says I should be over it.”

‘THEY HAD ALL LOST HOPE’

Recovery took a long, dark turn for Austin Eubanks, who was just 17 during the Columbine rampage.

Eubanks was shot in his hand and knee and watched his best friend die in the 1999 attack in Colorado.

Last year, Eubanks died of a heroin overdose.

It devastated many who had been inspired by his words. He had become a motivational speaker on addiction and trauma, and his death underscored an emotional chasm still felt by others who shared his experiences.

“After his passing, so many survivors reached out,” Hutfless said. “And I noticed a trend — they had all lost hope.”

In the wake of tragedy, healing doesn’t happen in months, or even years. And though mass shootings have become more common in the United States, victims still feel isolated and alone.

Eubanks shared his story very publicly, and Hutfless knew it very intimately, but even she never understood the long-term affects of that trauma, “because many people put on a brave face,” she said.

“They don’t fully understand the physical and emotional and physiological symptoms. They may be experiencing them, but they are not relating them back to that event. And I just wasn’t aware that there would still be emotional wounds from 20 years ago that would still be bleeding.

“When I learned that, I think my goal was: We have to stop the bleeding. They say, ‘Hurt people hurt other people’ and I hope this is a way to stop that cycle.”

COMING TOGETHER IN COMMUNITY TO MOVE FORWARD

After Eubanks’ death, Hutfless joined the Onsite Foundation board and helped create the Triumph Over Tragedy workshop.

This week, 40 survivors from 15 different states representing seven different mass shootings are in attendance. Not all of them are from tragedies that the public is familiar with. Some are from small towns that don’t have access to many mental health resources or that didn’t receive funding when the violence occurred.

During the six-day workshop, survivors live together on a private 250-acre campus outside of Nashville. They meet with therapists in small groups morning and afternoon to understand the impact of the life-threatening experiences they’ve had. They take part in equine therapy, and walk along the trails and streams.

Triumph Over Tragedy is funded by full scholarships and each workshop is curated to meet the needs of the survivors, as there is no “one size fits all” solution in trauma. No phones or computers are allowed, giving survivors the space to focus on their healing.

“When we experience tragedies we have a choice,” Hutfless said. “We can build a wall around ourselves, and we can isolate, and we can protect ourselves from any more pain or hurt. Or we can choose to open ourselves and walk in the journey of grief and healing — and that’s not an easy one.

“We can reach out, ask for help, be in community and move forward, turning that pain into purpose.

“I very intentionally chose that path. So I learned about myself, that I can do hard things and that there is beauty from ashes, and I’ve already been able to see so much of that from this program.”

‘THAT NIGHT DOESN’T DEFINE ME’

For Taylor Eickenhorst, healing remains a daily process.

Before the shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas, her happiest place was at a country music festival.

She was there that night on Oct. 1, 2017, doing what she loved most, working for a big music brand and attending her 10th festival of the summer.

She sought cover when a shooter took aim from a hotel a quarter mile away and began firing down on the crowd of 22,000 during singer Jason Aldean’s set. Fifty-nine people died that night, the largest mass shooting in modern American history.

Now, Eickenhorst lives and works in Nashville.

“I’ve worked every day to try to make sure that night doesn’t define me,” she said. “Even though it’s super scary, and it can be difficult, and some days are harder than others, I try to keep moving forward.

“But it will always be a part of me. It’s been the hardest thing of my entire life to have to go through and have to deal with. It’s extremely difficult.”

That’s why she wants to share her story. And why she believes in the purpose of the Triumph Over Tragedy workshop.

She still works in the music industry and hasn’t stopped going to country music concerts, but her experiences have made them harder to attend. She sometimes get anxious before a show.

She knows it can happen to anyone.

YOU ARE NOT ALONE

For Miller, the day at Columbine began no more remarkably than any other.

She sat in the school library studying for a test during lunch when the nightmare began.

Students ran through the hallways, terror and panic in their eyes.

She tried to make sense of what was happening. It must be a joke, she thought. Or a prank.

But when a teacher ran through the library door screaming frantically for the students to take cover, Miller knew it was neither.

Then she heard the popping noises.

“When you are forced to walk through something like this, everything changes,” Miller said. “And for me it forced me to grow up very quickly.”

There’s been a great deal of healing in her life since that day. She has traveled the country and the world sharing her story. As a speaker she can bring a message of hope, she said, but that only reaches so far. She has always hoped for a more tangible way for others to find help.

With Triumph Over Tragedy, she now has a resource to point people toward.

There’s a ripple affect to trauma, she said, and if people can better understand how it affects their brains and their bodies, they can heal in a healthier way.

“One of the most special pieces about Triumph over Tragedy is that when people come, they are not alone, they are part of a community,” Miller said.

“In that community, we share our experiences, not just for our healing, but we find courage in one another’s stories. … It’s not the absence of feeling the fear or sadness or grief, it’s feeling those deeply, but also finding way to walk through that and get to other side.”



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COMMENTARY: 15 years later, Red Lake School shooting survivors are still suffering


Today is the 15-year anniversary of the school shooting at Red Lake High School. Although occurring somewhat sequestered from the public spotlight and amidst an independent indigenous sovereign, in many ways the 2005 rampage resembles other school shootings. A suicidal male student stole his grandfather’s guns, killed his grandfather and his girlfriend, broke into his own school, shot a teacher and teenagers before taking his own life. Sadly, it has become a common American narrative and pattern.

At Red Lake there were warning signs. There are always warning signs, which, somehow, if heeded, might prevent tragedy. The warning signs at Red Lake, each taken alone 15 years ago, were not so alarming to make him a likely mass shooter. After the fact, though, they paint a very troubling picture. Not uncommon, the shooter at Red Lake was an obviously suicidal teenager crying for help. And, he had access to guns.

It is, however, the aftermath and the indigenous style community response that sets this shooting apart. At Red Lake, the killer’s family did not have difficulty finding a place to bury him, and the killer was given a traditional funeral and mourning rituals, which were well attended. In contrast to the way the community treated the mother of the shooter of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Conn., for example, at Red Lake, the shooter’s grandfather was counted as a victim and wasn’t blamed for the killings. His funeral was also well attended. What was most remarkable, though, was that the tribe included the killer’s family in distribution of victim compensation funds, helping to pay for his funeral and burial expenses. In Red Lake, parents of victims thought the murderer deserved some recognition from the community so he would not be forgotten. A number of the victims’ relatives forgave the killer and considered the circumstances that led to the massacre.

Yet, like other rampage killings, he left behind a long trail of surviving victims. Comparing victims’ injuries is difficult, but those with psychological trauma are no less injured.

“A lot of us still have wounds that are tender to the touch,” said Missy Dodds, the math teacher in the Red Lake High School classroom who witnessed and survived the 2005 rampage. The students in Dodds’ study hall experienced the vicious reign of terror with frightening proximity. After blasting his way into their locked classroom, wrestling with and shooting a football player, a teacher and seven students lay dead in the classroom, including the killer himself. Imagine the horror.

Fifteen years later the memories are vivid and terrifying. Today Missy Dodds suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder. She suffers from survivor’s guilt and a profound sadness that she failed to protect her students, whom she calls “her babies.” Today Dodds is still concerned about the surviving children, now adults, and their well-being. “I worry about the help my students did not get in the aftermath and even now, 15 years later.”

Further, the workmen’s compensation proceedings brought by 12 teachers and the manner they were handled also harmed victims in dire need of help. The claims brought by the teachers sought compensation for psychological impairment. But, denied by the district, Dodds had to go through a trial to get a financial recovery, a grueling process that took many years. Eventually, after Dodds’ trial, the district settled with the other teachers.

The world is in an all hands-on deck public health crisis. We would be remiss, though, if we neglected the critically important public health crises of mass shootings and, in addition to paying fitting tribute to the victims who died like those at Red Lake, also remember the survivors.

James D. Diamond is the author of the book, “After The Bloodbath: Is Healing Possible in the Wake of Rampage Shootings,” published by Michigan State University Press. Diamond practiced criminal law in Connecticut for 25 years as both a prosecutor and defense attorney. He is the Dean of Academic Affairs of the National Tribal Trial College, holds a Doctor of Juridical Science degree from the University of Arizona College of Law, and is the former director of the Tribal Justice Clinic there.



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Mass shootings survivors come together near Nashville to process, heal



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Crystal Woodman Miller huddled under the table in the Columbine High School library, a friend’s arm wrapped around her, sheltering her body with his own.

“Crystal,” he said, “I promise I will take a bullet for you.”

That’s when two boys from her school entered the room and began a killing rampage.

Miller could hear them mocking those they shot as they moved closer and closer to where she hid. She began to pray. Soon, one of the gunman’s boots was just inches from her body. She could smell him. Feel his presence. She waited for her turn to die.

“Will it be quick?” she wondered. “Or will I suffer slowly?”

Then the shooting stopped. Out of ammo, the perpetrators left to get more. They vowed to return to murder those who remained. When they were out of sight, Miller fled.

“It looked like a war had taken place in that room,” she said. “I stepped over the bodies of classmates to save myself.”

Nearly 21 years have passed since that April day when 12 students, one teacher and the two student gunmen died. The events at Columbine intensified the national conversation around mass shootings. Since then, hundreds of acts of violence have shattered the country. Las Vegas. Nashville. Milwaukee. With each attack, the nation’s attention diverts to new victims, the latest assault eclipsing the one before it.

But survivors from past tragedies remain marked by trauma and are left with few tangible tools to manage the pain. They are isolated by an experience hardly anyone else can understand.

American student Crystal Woodman, right, embraces her Kosovo Albanian friend Donika Sokoli, 18, who survived the the Serb massacre in Kosovo in April 1999. Woodman, a survivor of the 1999 shootings in Columbine High School in Colorado was in Kosovo with other teens and volunteers in the village of Meja on Dec.16, 1999. (Photo: Visar Kryeziu, Associated Press)

This month, a new initiative to support those affected by mass shootings begins. In a first-of-its-kind workshop, The Onsite Foundation brings survivors from across the country together for a week-long retreat on a private campus just outside Nashville to provide a safe place to process, connect and heal.

The program, called Triumph Over Tragedy, was created to honor the life of Austin Eubanks, a survivor of the 1999 Columbine shooting and a champion for trauma-based causes and programs. Eubanks died of an overdose in 2019. His girlfriend, Laura Hutfless, now helps lead the effort as a member of the foundation board. 

She is guided by the foundation’s Survivor Advisory Council, which includes victims from Columbine, Parkland, Thurston, Charleston, Las Vegas, Aurora and the Nashville Waffle House tragedies. Miller is among them.

Triumph Over Tragedy, Miller said, evokes emotional understanding in the face of the incomprehensible. “It’s knowing I’m not broken, I’m not ruined because of what I have been through, but I am still journeying through this,” she said. “I don’t have to be rushed through this process just because our culture says I should be over it.”

‘They had all lost hope’

Recovery took a long, dark turn for Austin Eubanks, who was just 17 during the Columbine rampage.

Eubanks was shot in his hand and knee and watched his best friend die in the 1999 attack in Colorado.

Last year, Eubanks died of a heroin overdose.

It devastated many who had been inspired by his words. He had become a motivational speaker on addiction and trauma, and his death underscored an emotional chasm still felt by others who shared his experiences.

“After his passing, so many survivors reached out,” Hutfless said. “And I noticed a trend — they had all lost hope.”

In this photo from April 25, 1999, Columbine High School shooting victim Austin Eubanks hugs his girlfriend during a community wide memorial service in Littleton, Colo., for the victims of the rampage the previous week. Eubanks was shot in his hand and knee and watched his best friend die. (Photo: Bebeto Matthews, AP)

In the wake of tragedy, healing doesn’t happen in months, or even years. And though mass shootings have become more common in the United States, victims still feel isolated and alone.

Eubanks shared his story very publicly, and Hutfless knew it very intimately, but even she never understood the long-term affects of that trauma, “because many people put on a brave face,” she said.

“They don’t fully understand the physical and emotional and physiological symptoms. They may be experiencing them, but they are not relating them back to that event. And I just wasn’t aware that there would still be emotional wounds from 20 years ago that would still be bleeding.

“When I learned that, I think my goal was: We have to stop the bleeding. They say, ‘Hurt people hurt other people’ and I hope this is a way to stop that cycle.”

Coming together in community to move forward

After Eubanks’ death, Hutfless joined the Onsite Foundation board and helped create the Triumph Over Tragedy workshop.

This week, 40 survivors from 15 different states representing seven different mass shootings are in attendance. Not all of them are from tragedies that the public is familiar with. Some are from small towns that don’t have access to many mental health resources or that didn’t receive funding when the violence occurred.

During the six-day workshop, survivors live together on a private 250-acre campus outside of Nashville. They meet with therapists in small groups morning and afternoon to understand the impact of the life-threatening experiences they’ve had. They take part in equine therapy, and walk along the trails and streams.

Triumph Over Tragedy is funded by full scholarships and each workshop is curated to meet the needs of the survivors, as there is no “one size fits all” solution in trauma. No phones or computers are allowed, giving survivors the space to focus on their healing.

“When we experience tragedies we have a choice,” Hutfless said. “We can build a wall around ourselves, and we can isolate, and we can protect ourselves from any more pain or hurt. Or we can choose to open ourselves and walk in the journey of grief and healing — and that’s not an easy one.

“We can reach out, ask for help, be in community and move forward, turning that pain into purpose.

“I very intentionally chose that path. So I learned about myself, that I can do hard things and that there is beauty from ashes, and I’ve already been able to see so much of that from this program.”

Laura Hutfless (right) is part of a new initiative called “Triumph Over Tragedy,” a one-of-its-kind workshop to help support and offer healing to victims of mass shootings. Triumph Over Tragedy was inspired and funded in part by the Austin Eubanks Memorial Fund to honor the life of Hutfless’ boyfriend Austin Eubanks (left), who was a survivor of the 1999 Columbine shooting and a champion for trauma-based causes and programs. Eubanks died from an overdose in 2019. (Photo: Virginia Davis)

‘That night doesn’t define me’

For Taylor Eickenhorst, healing remains a daily process.

Before the shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas, her happiest place was at a country music festival.

She was there that night on Oct. 1, 2017, doing what she loved most, working for a big music brand and attending her 10th festival of the summer.

She sought cover when a shooter took aim from a hotel a quarter mile away and began firing down on the crowd of 22,000 during singer Jason Aldean’s set. Fifty-nine people died that night, the largest mass shooting in modern American history.

Now, Eickenhorst lives and works in Nashville.

Taylor Eickenhorst, a survivor of the Las Vegas shooting and a Nashville resident, talks about a new initiative she is a part of called ‘Triumph Over Tragedy’ Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020 in Nashville, Tenn.  (Photo: George Walker IV / The Tennessean)

“I’ve worked every day to try to make sure that night doesn’t define me,” she said. “Even though it’s super scary, and it can be difficult, and some days are harder than others, I try to keep moving forward.

“But it will always be a part of me. It’s been the hardest thing of my entire life to have to go through and have to deal with. It’s extremely difficult.”

That’s why she wants to share her story. And why she believes in the purpose of the Triumph Over Tragedy workshop.

She still works in the music industry and hasn’t stopped going to country music concerts, but her experiences have made them harder to attend. She sometimes get anxious before a show.

She knows it can happen to anyone.

You are not alone

For Miller, the day at Columbine began no more remarkably than any other.

She sat in the school library studying for a test during lunch when the nightmare began.

Students ran through the hallways, terror and panic in their eyes.

She tried to make sense of what was happening. It must be a joke, she thought. Or a prank.

But when a teacher ran through the library door screaming frantically for the students to take cover, Miller knew it was neither.

Then she heard the popping noises.

“When you are forced to walk through something like this, everything changes,” Miller said. “And for me it forced me to grow up very quickly.”

Crystal Woodman-Miller, who was a student at Columbine High School during the massacre nearly 20 years earlier, speaks during a faith-based memorial service for the victims at a community church, Thursday, April 18, 2019, in Littleton, Colo. (Photo: Rick Wilking, AP)

There’s been a great deal of healing in her life since that day. She has traveled the country and the world sharing her story. As a speaker she can bring a message of hope, she said, but that only reaches so far. She has always hoped for a more tangible way for others to find help.

With Triumph Over Tragedy, she now has a resource to point people toward.

There’s a ripple affect to trauma, she said, and if people can better understand how it affects their brains and their bodies, they can heal in a healthier way.

“One of the most special pieces about Triumph over Tragedy is that when people come, they are not alone, they are part of a community,” Miller said.

“In that community, we share our experiences, not just for our healing, but we find courage in one another’s stories. … It’s not the absence of feeling the fear or sadness or grief, it’s feeling those deeply, but also finding way to walk through that and get to other side.”

Reach Jessica Bliss at 615-259-8253 and jbliss@tennessean.com or on Twitter @jlbliss and please support local journalism.

Support the Onsite Foundation

The Onsite Foundation provides trauma-informed counseling and emotional health education to under-served communities and people who can’t afford or don’t have access to those resources.

Since 2019, it has focused on three groups most in need of support: Survivors of mass shootings, bereaved parents who have lost children to gun violence, suicide or other tragedy, and veterans and first responders.

The Foundation’s “Hope Rising” fundraising gala will take place on May 19 at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Actress and activist Sophia Bush and Shane McAnally, songwriter/producer and star of NBC’s Songland, will host.

For tickets and more information: www.theonsitefoundation.org.

Crisis support and counseling for tornado victims

The Onsite Foundation has organized an effort of independent and licensed therapists  to support Middle Tennessee residents who have experienced loss due to the tornadoes.

Free crisis support and grief counseling services are available to all those affected.

Call or text 615-323-3191 to be connected with a licensed therapist.

For more information visit: theonsitefoundation.org.

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Coronavirus live updates: Quarantines, lockdowns, cancelations, closures upend life around the world


It’s not just hand sanitizer that seems to be flying off shelves.

As the coronavirus shuts down schools and workplaces and sends shoppers in a mad frenzy for groceries and hygiene products, people around the country are also stocking up on guns.

Larry Hyatt, the owner of a firearms store in Charlotte, said the virus has prompted a spike in sales he has seen only once before in his six decades of business — after the 2012 mass shooting at Sandy Hook.

“Financial meltdown, pandemic, crime, politics … You throw it all into the pot, and you have one hell of a mess,” he told the Guardian. Most of his customers have sought out assault-style rifles, a sign they want to protect themselves and their families, he added.

In California over the weekend, lines wrapping around the block formed outside a Culver City gun shop well before it opened.

“Politicians and anti-gun people have been telling us for the longest time that we don’t need guns,” one customer in line, John Gore, told the Los Angeles Times. “But right now, a lot of people are truly scared.”

Ammo.com, an online gun seller, reported a 68 percent spike in sales between mid-February and early March. In Florida, officials ran more background checks Saturday than on any other day since 2012, according to the Tampa Bay Times.

But the rush to buy firearms has been building for weeks. On the west coast, Chinese Americans have been stocking up as they worry the virus’s origins in China may make them the targets of xenophobic violence, according to the Trace.

David Liu, who owns a gun store in the heart of Southern California’s Chinese American community, said he had seen a fivefold increase in sales over the past two weeks. His major suppliers are also out of stock.

“It’s like toilet paper,” he told the Los Angeles Times.

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#LimitContacts#SecondLineOfDefence

People who are advised to be #HomeQuarantined will now #GetInked at the back of the palm.

This #BadgeOfHonour will serve as a constant reminder, for 14 days. For others, gets easy to spot & remind to return home. One worry less!#NaToCorona https://t.co/PE1KPOTYgf pic.twitter.com/3VU1hAh9Mm

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“The day the music died…”

Eerie morning in Dingle as the town’s band cancel the pre-dawn #StPatricksDay march -a tradition dating back to 1870s Land War when gatherings were banned by the British between sunrise & sunset.
Sad times, but the drums will beat again #CoronaVirus pic.twitter.com/W3O4gxnQvF

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Queues to buy guns in LA 😳
Buyers tell me they’re scared of what will happen if people run out of food and supplies, and they need to protect their families. We’re live on @TheTodayShow as #coronavirus panic hits LA. pic.twitter.com/2KqGPZfNo4

— Amelia Adams (@AmeliaAdams9) March 15, 2020nn”,”provider_name”:”Twitter”,”provider_url”:”https://twitter.com”,”type”:”twitter”,”url”:”https://twitter.com/AmeliaAdams9/status/1239245995952631808″,”version”:”1.0″,”width”:550,”referent”:”id”:”https://twitter.com/AmeliaAdams9/status/1239245995952631808″,”provider”:”https://publish.twitter.com/oembed?url=”,”referent_properties”:”additional_properties”:”_id”:1584450701629,”comments”:[],”service”:”oembed”,”type”:”twitter”,”subtype”:”twitter”,”type”:”oembed_response”,”_id”:”KURCKRTO4JHPBCBP3JG3SXKV5M”,”additional_properties”:”_id”:1584439175007,”comments”:[],”inline_comments”:[],”content”:”“Politicians and anti-gun people have been telling us for the longest time that we don’t need guns,” one customer in line, John Gore, told the Los Angeles Times. “But right now, a lot of people are truly scared.””,”type”:”text”,”_id”:”EWA6OXU2RZH23J4FUGB3VJRWW4″,”additional_properties”:”_id”:1584439175008,”comments”:[],”inline_comments”:[],”content”:”Ammo.com, an online gun seller, reported a 68 percent spike in sales between mid-February and early March. 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