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TUCSON, Ariz. -- A group of teachers gathered Wednesday night to discuss how to talk to children about last month's shootings.
About 50 people were on hand, mostly early childhood educators from across Southern Arizona.
They called in an evening of inspiration, healing and hope.
"To create an oportunity for the early childhood community to re-conect to re-comite and to hopefully leave here tonight with a lit of bit of inspiration on hoe to connect with childrens and stay very close with them," said Forum Organizer Mimi Gray.
The opening speaker was Jenny Douglas, the Director of Second Street Children's School and the daughter of Ron Barber, one of the people wounded in the shooting.