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Nicole Hockley lost her son 10 years ago at Sandy Hook. Now, she supports grieving parents in Uvalde06:18
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Nicole Hockley, a parent who lost her child, Dylan Hockley, 6, in the Sandy Hook school shooting in Connecticut, testifies on assault weapon legislation during a Senate Executive Committee hearing at the Illinois State Capitol Monday, May 20, 2013, in Springfield Ill. (Seth Perlman/AP)
Nicole Hockley, a parent who lost her child, Dylan Hockley, 6, in the Sandy Hook school shooting in Connecticut, testifies on assault weapon legislation during a Senate Executive Committee hearing at the Illinois State Capitol Monday, May 20, 2013, in Springfield Ill. (Seth Perlman/AP)

Nicole Hockley lost her 6-year-old son Dylan to a mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut almost 10 years ago.

In the wake of the Uvalde shooting in Texas — the 27th school shooting in the U.S. this year — Hockley discusses her ongoing grief and her activism to prevent gun violence. She's the CEO of the Sandy Hook Promise Foundation.

This segment aired on May 26, 2022.

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