Oxford High School students and families are observing the one-year mark since a school shooting
It's been one year since the shooting at Oxford High School that wounded seven people and killed four students.
In the aftermath of the tragedy, Aubrey Greenfield, now an Oxford senior, got involved in gun reform activism.
Greenfield says she and other students have been getting increasingly anxious as the one year mark approached.
"I mean the people I hang out with are very much like, 'We should remember and we should talk about it and we should remind people of what happened so it doesn't happen again.' There's a lot of people who just it makes them anxious to think about it. And they're still on the side of, 'Yes, we should remember what happened, but I don't want to think about it every 5 seconds," is kind of their take on it, which I completely understand because people cope with trauma differently." said Greenfield.
Greenfield spoke on Michigan Radio's "Stateside."