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What are you doing to mourn the Newtown shooting?
Even for those who didn't personally know the victims, Friday's shooting in Newtown, Conn., was heart-wrenching.
It seemed we all needed to find a way to mourn, to reflect and to share in our collective grief.
From an impromptu vigil in St. Paul, Minn., to a moment of silence on the New York Stock Exchange to the 26 Christmas trees given by an anonymous North Carolina donor, people around the country have found ways to show their support for the victims and their families.
We want to know about the things - large and small - you and the people around you are doing to respond to the tragedy. Did you hug your children a little harder? Did you send that letter you've been meaning to write for ages? Build a shrine? Organize a fundraiser or volunteer your time? Moving forward, will you do anything differently to take care of yourself, your family, and your community?
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(Above: A New England Patriots fan holds a sign in support of the victims of Friday's shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., before the Patriots played the San Francisco 49ers Sunday. Photo by Getty Images)
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