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The only world we’ve ever known is one marked by gun violence. We were kids when the shooting at Sandy Hook happened, teenagers during the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas. And we were getting ready to start our first and second years at college when mass shootings rocked Buffalo, Uvalde, and Highland Park this year. Our generation has grown up living in fear of gun violence—not just mass shootings, but acts of gun violence in our communities every single day. And even worse, we’ve had to learn how to navigate a system designed to fail us—being forced to normalize hiding…


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