Rachel Scott was the first person killed during the Columbine High School shootings on April 20, 1999, and her journal entries about kindness and compassion shared after her death inspired many. "I'm Not Ashamed" is the story of Rachel's life in the days before the shooting, and is now available from PureFlix.
Scott wrote in her journal: "If one person could go out of their way to show compassion, it could start a chain reaction." She wrote these words just days before she was shot and killed at Columbine. "I'm Not Ashamed" presents a message for our culture that we need now more than ever: choose kindness. Rachel's mother, Beth Nimmo has been heavily involved in the process, and serves as Executive Producer on the film.
FOX's Laura Ingle spends "A Few Moments With..." Nimmo to discuss Rachel's writings in her journal, along with the new film "I'm Not Ashamed":