Reflecting on the Sandy Hook shooting, ten years later
It’s been ten years since the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. Twenty students and six educators died.
Today, we speak with a student who was a fourth grader at Sandy Hook when the shooting happened.
And later, we hear from Elizabeth Williamson, author of Sandy Hook: An American Tragedy and the Battle for Truth.
We want to hear your thoughts, reflections, and prayers about this day.
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- Jordan Gomes: A sophomore at Fordham University and advocate. She was a fourth grader at Sandy Hook Elementary when the shooting took place.
- Elizabeth Williamson: Writer at the New York Times and author of Sandy Hook: An American Tragedy and the Battle for Truth
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