Published June 25, 2022
USA Today interviewed Kari Winter in an article on families dealing with grief from the Uvalde, TX mass shooting. Uvalde is a grim symptom of a national illness. More people have died in mass killings in schools in the past five years than in the prior 12 years combined. "One of the most traumatizing aspects of mass shootings in the U.S. is that our many circles of communities – family, local and national – do not have time to process the horror of our loss before we are battered by another ghastly shooting," said Winter. "We are basically in a state of undeclared civil war."
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