Uvalde School Shooting
Campus Lockdowns Are So Common In Uvalde That Students Didn’t Realize A School Shooting Was Happening
“No one realizes the severity of the situation. Like, we’re having another lockdown, this is just so normal,” one student said.
A relative said they believe he "passed away due to grief." The couple leave behind four children.
23 Creative Solutions Republicans Have Offered To Stop Mass Shootings That Have Nothing To Do With Guns
A noncomprehensive list.
“I Don’t Feel Safe Graduating”: Uvalde’s High Schoolers Are Reeling From The Robb Elementary Shooting
Grieving high schoolers — some of whom were in lockdown during the shooting and have had long-planned graduations canceled — joined the memorial Wednesday night.
Kim Kardashian Issued A Statement About Gun Control And Urged Lawmakers To Increase The Legal Age To Purchase A Firearm After 19 Children Were Killed In The Uvalde School Shooting
“Someone who is not old enough to buy alcohol should not be allowed to purchase a firearm,” Kardashian wrote. “There is no world in which an 18 year old needs a semi automatic weapon, or any weapon, and no world in which the outcome can be anything other than tragic.”
The senator also called the US "the freest, most prosperous, safest country on Earth" after attending a vigil for the 19 children and 2 adults killed in the Uvalde mass shooting.
In the aftermath of tragic events like school shootings, you may feel anxious, grief-stricken, angry, hopeless, powerless, or even desensitized and numb. Experts say there’s more than one way to process trauma, all of which are normal and to be expected.
Nineteen children, most of them fourth-graders, were fatally shot in the same classroom just days before summer vacation would have begun.
"I am brought right back to the day my friends, community, and I went through the same thing."
The Onion's editor-in-chief, Chad Nackers, explained why after the Uvalde shooting it reposted every variation of its story "'No Way To Prevent This,’ Says Only Nation Where This Regularly Happens."
Beto O'Rourke Interrupted Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's News Conference To Criticize The Uvalde Mass Shooting Response
"This is on you until you choose to do something different," Beto O'Rourke said.
"You just gotta say goodbye and hope you'll get the chance to say hello again."
Photographers in Uvalde are capturing the grief — and solidarity — of a community coping with one of the deadliest school shootings in US history.
Texas Officials Blame The School Shooting On Mental Health And Not The Guns That Were Used To Kill 19 Children
Even though he repeatedly stressed that mass shootings are a mental health issue, Gov. Greg Abbott said the shooter “had no known mental health history.”
Matthew McConaughey Pleaded For Immediate Action In An Emotional Statement After At Least 19 Children Were Killed In A Texas School Shooting
“Action must be taken so that no parent has to experience what the parents in Uvalde and the others before them have endured,” McConaughey wrote in the wake of the shooting in his hometown.
"As the slaughter increases, as our kids run for their lives, we do nothing."
The deadly mass shooting occurred in Uvalde, a small city roughly 80 miles west of San Antonio.