Sandy Hook Promise

Nelba Marquez-Greene reaches back to to comfort Nicole Hockley, as Hockley's husband Ian holds a photograph of their son Dylan, who was killed in the shootings. One month after the tragic mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, a group of Newtown citizens have organized into a group called Sandy Hook Promise, to honor the lives of lost family and friends and committed to preventing similar tragedies from ever taking place again. The Group met at the Edmond Town Hall in Newtown.

( Richard Messina / Hartford Courant / January 14, 2013 )

Nelba Marquez-Greene reaches back to to comfort Nicole Hockley, as Hockley's husband Ian holds a photograph of their son Dylan, who was killed in the shootings. One month after the tragic mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School, a group of Newtown citizens have organized into a group called Sandy Hook Promise, to honor the lives of lost family and friends and committed to preventing similar tragedies from ever taking place again. The Group met at the Edmond Town Hall in Newtown.

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