Sandy Hook Parents Discuss New Anti-Violence Initiative

Jimmy Greene and Nelba Marquez-Greene discuss losing their daughter, Anna, in the Newtown shootings.
3:25 | 01/14/13

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And we are joined now by Jimmie -- and -- -- screened along with Tom Goodman another -- parent. Whose co-founder of the sandy who promised a national initiative being watched by the families to welcome bill. As you know -- -- that we got video of Anna and her brother the piano is just etched in all of our hearts choose an electric little girl. Absolutely -- through life full of love. She not do the best hugs and the best kisses and you know we look at -- empty bed now in. We're. Just overcome. By grief and even a month out. Still hasn't lessened. Shock and were bolstered by our faith and knowing where she is now. Him so much support and love and and encouragement from family and friends. Love that Beaulieu -- years. She was kind she was -- She was Smart -- is also fascinating stuff. I I'm wearing -- terror today can you tell us a Christmas on -- FaceBook -- you still sleep. But with her special -- its most nights. In her bad. And you also promised to her that you do everything you can to make sure the kids everywhere. Are safe and that's really what today's all about. -- since. We're hoping that two -- her promise. We can bring. Awareness back to -- issues and start a conversation based on love and respect taught me. I'll put this whole mission together -- across which is going to be announced later. This morning tell us exactly. What you hope to achieve -- Well we can't let this happen again this has happened to many times. We spent some time over the past few weeks trying to figure out how to we approach this how we turn this -- -- something positive. And we really came to the point that we can't do things the way they've been done before we need to act differently you -- -- differently well. Often in events like this people polarize they say. You've got to change this and I don't want to change that and immediately -- cut two sides attacking each other. We want it we want to talk to those people who want to have a conversation. We need a national conversation on what are the things that do need to change that this doesn't happen again. We think it's holistic we don't think it's one piece of legislation -- or one change his cup champion number of things. -- what's the most important change this. -- -- I mean I don't think it's wise to focus on more -- -- need to make our schools our streets our malls are public places safer. Obviously your needs to be a greater discussion on mental health and access to it and those -- -- you know those the main points of the conversation but there's there's a lot. They're going through this and so -- him when you have on pink will be as effective respect constitute a more holistic approach. Now bankruptcy. So deeply I didn't mind. Right now what's your best known for. How passionate she -- about. Loving kind and loving people. And I hope fact that can be a legacy. That we. Believe that love wins and that love will prevail in this we -- share that hope thank you for coming today you can keep.

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