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Martin Luther King Jr.’s commitment to nonviolence to achieve civil rights and racial justice came to a violent end 51 years ago today when he was shot and killed in Memphis, Tennessee.

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Eighteen years ago today, my daughter Laura was murdered while home on winter break from college. Sharing Laura’s story and fighting for change has helped me make sense of a world that had gone awry.

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The end of the year always seems to bring about personal reflection. We think back on what we’ve done and look ahead to see what still needs to be accomplished. So too at Brady. We are proud of what we have accomplished this year, and are excited about the future.

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Honor with action. It’s a term we use a great deal in the world of gun violence prevention because it really is why we do what we do. We can’t bring back the thousands of lives lost, but we can work like hell to make sure it stops happening.

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Ah...the holiday season! Our thoughts turn to celebration with family, the anticipation (or dread!) of snow, cheesy holiday movies and counting our blessings. It’s also the time of year which many of us set aside for charitable giving.

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We certainly have much to be thankful for this year. Our children, our families. Our remarkable team here at Brady, working day in and day out because they believe in our mission and know they’re making a difference.

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