Debra Reid

Parent of a Gardena High School student

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Gardena resident, her son is a senior at Gardena High School; Executive Director of the Jonathan Reid Family Rights Coalition

Debra Reid on KCRW

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El Camino High, eight other public schools and several private schools were shut down for several hours yesterday as police searched for a gunman.

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