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Share with us: Leave a voicemail with your thoughts on the recent mass shooting tragedies

A law enforcement investigator outside Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.KAYLEE GREENLEE/NYT

The recent shootings in Buffalo and Uvalde, Texas, have left many with an all-too-familiar feeling of helplessness, anger, and despair as the nation confronts yet another demonstration of senseless mass death.

How has the news affected you and your family? The Boston Globe has set up a voice mailbox where you can call and describe how you felt when you heard the news, offer thoughts on how to talk to children and loved ones about the tragedies, or just vent your rage. We will listen to the responses and use selected voicemail recordings in an online presentation.

Simply call (857) 256-0232 to leave your message. If you prefer, you can also send a text message. If you are willing to be contacted by a reporter, please leave your name and phone number in your message. The Globe will not disclose personal information without permission.


Christina Prignano can be reached at Follow her @cprignano.