School Climate & Safety Video

Sandy Hook Mom’s Grief Fuels Fight to End Gun Violence

December 15, 2017 5:37

Five years after she lost her son Dylan in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre, Nicole Hockley says it’s devastating when she hears of another mass shooting. She is trying to reframe the conversation around guns - to find a middle ground. Hockley says she wants politicians not to be afraid to have this conversation. She is hopeful that changes are on the horizon to reduce gun violence, but, she says, they’re not coming fast enough.

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