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Zayin Zuniga, 10, gazes at piles of flowers and balloons left in front of crosses at Robb Elementary in Uvalde on June 1, 2022, memorializing the 19 children and two teachers fatally shot after a gunman entered the building the week before.
Uvalde school shooting

For the children who survived the Uvalde shooting uninjured, trauma will take time to heal

Uvalde offers mental health resources for the victims and considers rebuilding the school where the shooting took place as the community tends to its invisible wounds.

Zayin Zuniga, 10, gazes at piles of flowers and balloons left in front of crosses at Robb Elementary in Uvalde on June 1, 2022, memorializing the 19 children and two teachers fatally shot after a gunman entered the building the week before.

Seeking ways to heal

“That building needs to be gone”

Zayin Zuniga, 10, holds his hand out to show a matching ring he gifted to his crush Ellie Garcia, one of the 21 people who died when a gunman opened fire at Robb Elementary School last week, in Ulvade on June 1, 2022.

Fears that won’t vanish easily

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