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Activists placed 7,000 pairs of shoes in front of the US Capitol building on Tuesday, to remember children killed by gun violence since the 2012 Sandy Hook massacre
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Crypto-CrossFit Berga 13 Mar 18
Replying to @CNN
Do these include the kids under 18 that have been killed in gang violence in Chicago? Do we care about them now? Convenient...
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Eddie 13 Mar 18
Replying to @Testi_Testi_1_2 @CNN
Hey, going to tell you a secret. Stricter gun laws will help with ALL gun violence. So, the answer is YES, these shoes represent children in Chicago and every other city in America. You down to help?
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Daniel Ballard 13 Mar 18
Replying to @CNN
Very sad, automotive accidents caused 164,365 deaths from 2012 to 2016. Who wants to ban cars?
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Cynthia Perez 13 Mar 18
Replying to @dtballard1 @CNN
Nobody but just like regulating guns cars are regulated you have to register them you have to have insurance you have to have a drivers license to drive them so your argument is a false equivalency
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MARL 13 Mar 18
Replying to @CNN @gabriellamatz
Love how people in the replies bring up Chicago, abortions and how they’re not gunna clean up the mess instead of taking a moment to read the story and understand the meaning behind this protest
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Akehashi Harp of Confusion 13 Mar 18
Replying to @DeborahJuneBal1 @CNN
In Illinois.
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