Fear of the Unknown: Morgan State students, parents recount moments during mass shooting
(WEAA)— Students, staff, and parents are still on edge after a mass shooting at Morgan State University Tuesday night.
Baltimore Police say five people were injured when at least two people opened fired after a dispute between two groups escalated.
Officials believe the victims were likely not the shooters’ intended targets.
Dr. Kaye is joined by students, parents, and staff who describe the fear and uncertainty felt during the “active shooter” situation.
In the second half hour, Amy Greensfelder, a Licensed Certified Social Worker and Executive Director of Pro Bono Counseling along with Daniel Omade, a Clinical Associate, join the show to discuss the impact of trauma and share mental health resources for the community.