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Tip sheet for youth talking to journalists after mass violence

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This 1-page tip sheet from the NCTSN describes how talking with journalists may affect youth who have survived an incident of mass violence. It lists the rights that youth and families have (for example, they have the right to ask what the interview questions will be in advance of agreeing to an interview). It also identifies signs that reporters are doing their job well, so that readers know what to expect.
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National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)