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Hannah Karcinell 🦅 Jul 14
5 months since we lost our 17 eagles. 5 months since I found out my friend Nick was one of the 17. 5 months since my peers, teachers & I feared for our lives. 5 months since our community was changed forever. 5 months of heartbreak. 5 months of pain💔🧡
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CourtneyG Jun 28
Who the Annapolis shooter isn't: 1. A woman 2. A black man 3. A Mexican 4. A refugee 5. An illegal immigrant Can we start building a wall around angry, white, male ammosexuals now?
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Shri Thanedar Jul 11
We're thrilled to have been given the 'Gun Sense Candidate' distinction by ! On average, 96 Americans are killed each day by gun violence; it's time to make a change and make gun safety a top priority.
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Jaclyn Corin Jul 1
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CM Schneider 1h
Kansas Moms are braving the July heat at the Annual Lawrence Sidewalk Sale today, talking to people about commonsense gun legislation and how to Be SMART and keep those we love safe! ☀️🔥💪❤️🌻
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Hannah Karcinell 🦅 Jul 4
Spending my 4th of July in bed with headphones in so I don’t get triggered by the fireworks. Not being able to experience the little things you once enjoyed a lot hurts.
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eve Jun 29
Thank you to the for featuring on the front page! Our group in Benton, Arkansas is ready to get to work.
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Tara Dublin Hates Traitors 🌊 Jun 28
This came out YESTERDAY so the timing of the shooting at is extra troubling. And until we get answers saying it wasn’t motivated by this kind of dangerous rhetoric, don’t discount this as a possibility
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Jennifer Matthews Jul 17
Congratulations to students for keeping the realities of gun violence in the US at front of mind. Hopefully initiatives like this will eventually lead to ending these senseless killings.
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Rebecca Truszkowski Jul 5
Yesterday, thousands of turned out in communities big and small to show us the tide is turning. Together, we can .
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Annie Andrews Jul 4
Celebrating the 4th fighting to keep kids safe.
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Eric Hochstein Jul 7
Replying to @GovRauner
Bruce, if this is chaos, then you are living in fantasyland. is peaceful, beautiful, and meaningful. ISPolice and others have done a great job allowing protesters to and share their . .
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Jeff Keister Jul 3
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