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Sandy Hook parents launch public service campaign

The Sandy Hook Promise, comprised of families who lost children at the Sandy Hook school shooting, has launched a new public service campaign.

Students at Austin Discovery School work on a project at the Texas charter school on Tuesday, February 15th, 2011.

The Sandy Hook Promise, a group of families who lost children to gun violence in the December 2012 Sandy Hook school shooting, has launched a new public service campaign, including a two-minute video public service announcement. The campaign, called “Know the Signs,” is designed to help people better recognize the warning signs and at-risk behaviors of someone who may be considering gun violence. (The Associated Press)

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