Remembering the victims of school gun violence

A yearbook should be about commencement, hopes and dreams and what comes next in life. Unfortunately, this yearbook is about none of those things. Instead, with page after page of school shooting victims, this yearbook is about bearing witness to a uniquely American tragedy and finding the courage to do something about it. Because even at a time when we seem so divided, we must be united in the belief that children should not be shot to death at school. It is that simple.

About the Book

Each victim is remembered with an empty box where his or her photo would normally be. One empty box for every death by firearm. Each death occurring in a K-12 school, university or on a school bus or vehicle. Each death taking place while school was in session or during a school-sponsored event.

* The Yearbook does not list suicides, self-inflicted injuries or include shooters.

Copies of this book are being mailed to the President; all 100 members of the Senate; all state governors and all major 2020 presidential candidates on both sides of the aisle and select members of the press.

Come Bear Witness

Copies of the book will not be available to the public. Instead you can visit a viewing exhibition where you can bear witness to the book in person. At the end of the viewing, you will be invited to sign the yearbook showing that we all stand together in the fight against gun violence in our schools.

DUMBO, NY | December 11-29,
Yearbook Viewing Gallery
126a Front Street, Brooklyn NY 11201

Interested in bringing the exhibition to your city?

#No2020Yearbook. The time to take action is now.

Learn how you can take action through one of our supporting organizations by dedicating time or making a donation. Together we can make a difference.

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Take Action Now. Support the Choose Love Movement to create safer schools.

Donate now, or take the Choose Love Pledge
The 2018 Yearbook

The project is the result of a collaboration between: Julia Cordover, class president at the time of the Parkland shooting, Andrew Goldin, a freelance creative director for companies like Apple and Volkswagen, and advertising executive Alex Bogusky. To get involved or learn how to bring the yearbook to your city please email us at info@the2018yearbook.com.

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Remembering the victims of
school gun violence

A yearbook should be about commencement, hopes and dreams and what comes next in life. Unfortunately, this yearbook is about none of those things. Instead, with page after page of school shooting victims, this yearbook is about bearing witness to a uniquely American tragedy and finding the courage to do something about it. Because even at a time when we seem so divided, we must be united in the belief that children should not be shot to death at school. It is that simple.

About the Book

Each victim is remembered with an empty box where his or her photo would normally be. One empty box for every death by firearm. Each death occurring in a K-12 school, university or on a school bus or vehicle. Each death taking place while school was in session or during a school-sponsored event.

* The Yearbook does not list suicides, self-inflicted injuries or include shooters.

Copies of this book are being mailed to the President; all 100 members of the Senate; all state governors and all major 2020 presidential candidates on both sides of the aisle and select members of the press.

Come Bear Witness

Copies of the book will not be available to the public. Instead you can visit a viewing exhibitions where you can bear witness to the book in person. At the end of the viewing, you will be invited to sign the yearbook showing that we all stand together in the fight against gun violence in our schools.

DUMBO, NY | December 11-29,
Yearbook Viewing Gallery
126a Front Street, Brooklyn NY 11201

Interested in bringing the exhibition to your city?

#No2020Yearbook. The time to take action is now.

Learn how you can take action through one of our supporting organizations by dedicating time or making a donation. Together we can make a difference.

Take Action Now. Support the Choose Love Movement to create safer schools.

Donate now, or take the Choose Love Pledge
The 2018 Yearbook

The project is the result of a collaboration between: Julia Cordover, class president at the time of the Parkland shooting, Andrew Goldin, a freelance creative director for companies like Apple and Volkswagen, and advertising executive Alex Bogusky. To get involved or learn how to bring the yearbook to your city please email us at info@the2018yearbook.com.

Share the Message