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Brady: United Against Gun Violence

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  1. Honor the victims. We mourn for teachers Eva Mireles and Irma Garcia and the nineteen students murdered: Alithia Ramirez, Uziyah Garcia, Amerie Jo Garcia, Rogelio Torres, Miranda Mathis, Nevaeh Bravo, Eliahana Cruz Torres, Xavier Javier Lopez, Annabell Guadalupe Rodriguez, Maite Rodriguez, Jackie Cazares, Jayce Carmelo Luevanos, Jailah Nicole Silguero, Tess Marie Mata, Alexandria “Lexi” Aniyah Rubio, Makenna Lee Elrod, Ellie Garcia, Layla Salazar, Jose Flores. You can read about the victims here.
  2. Call your representative. Tell them to support a Senate vote on HR 8 (The Bipartisan Background Checks Act of 2021) and HR 1446 (The Enhanced Background Checks Act of 2021). Click here to search for your Senator.
  3. Plug into local actions. Text ACT to 64433 to receive updates from Every Town and Moms Demand Action about how to take action against gun violence where you live.
  4. Donate to support the families in Uvalde. People who have lost loved ones in past mass shootings have come together to help families and survivors in the immediate aftermath.
  5. Use resources to talk to children. The National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) recommends: