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Humanizing gun violence and other traumatic events involves shifting the perspective from seeing these occurrences solely as statistics or abstract concepts to recognizing the impact they have on individuals and communities. It's about treating these events as deeply personal and human experiences, considering the stories, emotions, and struggles of those affected by them. This approach aims to evoke empathy, understanding, and a more profound connection to the issues, in order to foster meaningful conversations, raise awareness, and drive positive change in how society addresses and prevents both gun violence and other traumatic events.
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