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Fonda-Fultonville student's banner draws attention to problem of youth suicide

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The suicide prevention display at Fonda-Fultonville High School doesn’t look like much at first. It’s just a paper banner hung on the tile wall with over 400 printed yellow ribbons taped in place. But read the caption on the banner and the image gains power. Seventeen-year-old Danielle Clifford, who spearheaded the display, explains the significance of the banner. Each ribbon represents 10 people ages 15 to 24 who take their own lives in New York ...

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