Thank you for your kind words, @MalloryBower. I truly wish none of this was necessary, but until it isn’t, I will do everything I can to keep your kiddos and all the other kiddos safe. Grateful to be in a supportive environment like @sunyoswego to help me do this work. 💚💛
Just need to say that @jschildkraut80 is a treasure. Her tireless research on mass shootings and her work with trauma-informed lockdown drills is changing the world. It’s easy to see the bad, but she is a light. @sunyoswego, America, we are lucky to have you.
Yesterday, 10-year-old Jose Flores was killed at #RobbElementary. Jose loved baseball, laughing, his family, and going to school. He had recently made the honor roll. Share his name and picture. Amplify his story so he’s never forgotten. Honor with action. #Uvalde #EndGunViolence
I wrote this piece at the end of last week in response to #Buffalo, and sadly it is once again applicable with #Uvalde. I know everyone wants to help… but we need to make sure we are helping in a way that meets the needs of all who were impacted. https://www.syracuse.com/opinion/2022/05/what-weve-learned-about-how-to-support-mass-shooting-survivors-guest-opinion-by-jaclyn-schildkraut.html
Thank you @rachel_cheung1 (and @HanakoMontgome1) for covering this important aspect of mass shootings. Supporting survivors in the aftermath of these tragedies is important, but we must do it in a way that best meets their needs and with the understanding of the end goal. #Uvalde
“Survivors often work toward resilience rather than recovery, because one never truly recovers from this,” @jschildkraut80
With @HanakoMontgome1 for @VICEWorldNews:
For those of you following, I’ll continue to post pictures and tributes to the victims as more info becomes available. Not all families have been notified even in this late hour, and I don’t want to post anything that isn’t verified. Thank you for helping me share their stories.