New documentary ‘Memorial’ is a love letter to Highland Park
Highland Park Artist Helps Her Community Transform Grief Into Action
Before shooting, Highland Park rallied against gun violence through art
Father of Accused Highland Park Gunman Charged in Connection With Shooting
Chicago Tribune
Op-Ed Jacqueline von Edelberg: Art installation for Highland Park victims channels healing — and a cry for action
Checking in Highland Park 2 months after July 4th mass shooting with Lynn Sweet
Chicago Tribune
Public art installation honoring Highland Park victims still draws a crowd 2 months after mass shooting, but it might be scaled back
Grief lingers, outrage builds in Highland Park after July 4th parade shooting
In Highland Park, art is helping to return to normal almost two months after July 4 parade massacre
More than a month after the shooting, how the town of Highland Park is coping.
Highland Park had history of fighting against gun violence before mass shooting
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Art piece shifts focus on gun violence nationwide in the wake of Highland Park shooting
'Enough': Grief and outrage converge at vigil for Highland Park shooting victims
Psychiatric Times
Memorials to Mass Shootings: The Highland Park Model
Los Angeles couple's art display helps Highland Park grievers honor victims
Chicago Tribune
Op Ed: Mass shootings affect children on a regular basis. We can do something about it in Illinois.
Hope and Healing
Chicago Tribune
Jacqueline von Edelberg: When Highland Park students faced another threat of gun violence, this is how they felt
Highland Park after the mass shooting: A new film highlights the resilience of its residents.


Abundant gratitude to Dana LaRue Park for her beautiful words, Jamie Kelter Davis for her stunning photographs, and Noah Reich & David Maldonado of Classroom of Compassion whose poetic altars sparked this community expression.

Huge thank you to the scores of local merchants, artists, activists, civic leaders, and nonprofits who have contributed to this project: Highland Park Rocks, Love Stitches for Highland Park, HP Tops, Target, Menoni & Mocogni, SugarCoated, Olsen Rugs, Once Upon a Bagel, The ArtCenter of Highland Park, Able Engravers, Lynfred Winery, Dick Blick, Home Depot, Made In America Yarn, and Yarninspirations.

But above all, to the thousands of good people from Highland Park and beyond who added their voices and shared their spirit: Thank you. It has been the honor of a lifetime to walk with you in this moment.

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