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It’s been 35 weeks since we lost our children and teachers. #remembertheirnames
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The government’s appeal — claiming that background checks don’t work — is ridiculous. Instead of taking the side of the NRA against victims of the Sutherland Springs shootings, the Biden DOJ should end the appeal and ensure that justice is served.
Sutherland Springs shooting survivors ask DOJ to end appeal so they can ‘get to healing’ dallasnews.com/news/texas/20…
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We lost our sister Erin this morning. A beautiful soul, a loving sister, daughter & friend. She had more than her share of challenges in life but kept her heart open to all throughout. We’re grateful to all who loved and cared for her. Rest in peace, Bear. We love you forever.
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How to help El Paso nonprofits deliver aid and assistance to refugees and migrants
With hundreds of migrants being released into Downtown El Paso, organizations are asking for volunteers and donations, such as clothes and shoes. Here’s how to help. elpasomatters.org/2022/12/16…
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Uvalde family members like @faithmataa continue to show the leadership missing from much of Congress & the Texas legislature. At yesterday’s hearing she showed the true cost of our failure to take common sense steps like raising the age of purchase for an AR-15 to 21.
Take 2 minutes to watch Faith Mata’s powerful testimony about learning her sister Tess was killed at the Robb Elementary School mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
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If Congress or the Texas Legislature had raised the age of purchase for an AR-15, her sister Tess might still be alive. (The Uvalde shooter patiently waited until he turned 18-years old, after which he bought two AR-15s along with 1,600 rounds of ammunition.)
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She was joined by Uvalde pediatrician Roy Guerrero who testified that kids like Tess were powerless against a man with a weapon that had the power to blast massive holes through their bodies, rendering them unrecognizable but for the shoes that they were wearing.
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They were also powerless against lawmakers who consistently fail to act. “My oath as a doctor,” he told them, “means that I signed up to save lives. I do my job. I guess it turns out that I am here to plead. To beg. To please, please do yours.”
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Uvalde families won’t get back the loved ones they lost on 5/24. And yet they’re out there, facing down members of Congress, reliving the most painful moment of their lives, pushing against the odds to help spare other families this suffering.
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They remind us that while the children at Robb were powerless against weapons of war & craven lawmakers, we are not. We must follow Faith’s lead, doing what we can with what we have, where we are.
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If you’re inspired by the Uvalde families’ example, here are some groups that are making the most of volunteers like you and me who are willing to use our power to stop gun violence in our communities:
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Texas Gun Sense advocates for common sense, evidence-based policies to reduce gun injuries and deaths in Texas. txgunsense.org/
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Community Justice works to end gun violence in Black and Brown communities, by empowering those closest to the pain to build political power, change the narrative and advocate for policy change. cjactionfund.org/
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March for Our Lives helps young people lead on bold, comprehensive policies to prevent gun violence. marchforourlives.com/
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Moms Demand Action works to pass stronger gun laws and close the loopholes that jeopardize the safety of our families. momsdemandaction.org/
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Giffords works to draft, enact, and defend the laws, policies, and programs proven to save lives from gun violence. giffords.org/
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Brady works to ensure that every community is safe, not only from mass shootings, but also from the daily toll of gun homicide, domestic violence, suicide, unintentional shootings, and police violence that plagues so many communities. bradyunited.org/
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These are just a few of the national and Texas organizations working on this. I encourage you to add others that are effectively working to reduce gun violence.
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Honor of my lifetime to run this race with you. Good came from this and will continue to come from this. We are in this fight for life. Not sure the path or the role but I know the way is forward. I will see you all out there.
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Together for Election Night in El Paso! nitter.fdn.fr/i/broadcasts/1Zk…
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