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The first day back after a school shooting is raw for both students and teachers - with few of any answers on how to heal and feel safe.
|Role Name||Gender||Ethnicity||Age Range||Description|
|Ashley||Female||African American||14-16||14 to 16 years old, Black/African American female. She's a "model" student - good grades, does good for the classroom culture. Attractive. Prefer 18 to play younger.|
|Valentina||Female||Hispanic||15-17||15 to 17 years old, Hispanic female. This high school student speaks her mind, especially to the fact that the kids have no privacy while in school. She is strong and independent. Prefer 18 to play younger.|
|Julius||Male||Hispanic||15-17||14 to 16 years old, Latin male. He is the class clown with a heart. His first aim is to make others laugh, followed by standing up for truth. Prefer 18 to play younger.|
|Marquis||Male||African American||14-16||15 to 17 years old, Black/African American male. This high schooler is friends with Cornell and is angry not only about the shooting, but more importantly that everyone is acting like everything is okay. He's not buying it. Prefer 18 to play younger.|
|William Moore||Male||Any||34-36||34 to 36 years old, Black/African American male. This teacher at the high school does not feel safe. He may have never felt safe in his own school, but the shooting has amplified his feelings.|
|Evelyn Garcia||Female||Hispanic||37-40||37 to 40 years old, Hispanic female. This high school teacher cares about safety, but feels totally against the idea of teachers carrying guns in school.|
|Stan Horowitz||Male||Caucasian||40-50||40 to 50 years old, Caucasian male. This teacher is also afraid in his own classroom/school. He says he is opposed to teachers carrying guns but that teachers need some sort of safety precaution for themselves. He doesn't live in the inner city neighborhood of this school. Does he understand it's students?|