Candlelight Vigil for the Buffalo and Uvalde gun violence victims

Jaime R. Carrero
Photojournalist-Photographer based in DFW Texas, United States
Candlelight Vigil for the Buffalo and Uvalde gun violence victims - Linda Lydia of Dallas attended the candle light vigil held in honor of the victims of the mass...
Linda Lydia of Dallas attended the candle light vigil held in honor of the victims of the mass shooting s in Buffalo New York and Uvalde Texas. She was compelled to attend because of the pain she felt and hoping that neither her adult son nor her grandchild would ever have to go through such a traumatic experience. Dallas USA
Candlelight Vigil for the Buffalo and Uvalde gun violence victims - David Weinerth (left) and John Gutierrez hold lit candles during the candlelight vigil in honor...
David Weinerth (left) and John Gutierrez hold lit candles during the candlelight vigil in honor of the mass shooting victims of Buffalo New York and Robb Elementarty School in Uvalde Texas. Gutierrez wanted to show his solidarity in person and lend his support to the cause of gun control and in honor of his six year old nephew Samuel. Dallas USA
Candlelight Vigil for the Buffalo and Uvalde gun violence victims - Jess Van Alstyne (left) and Vaughn Faison attend the candle light vigil held at the Downtown...
Jess Van Alstyne (left) and Vaughn Faison attend the candle light vigil held at the Downtown Dallas Main Street garden hoping the victims of gun violence in Buffalo New York and Robb Elementary in Uvalde Texas. Faison who is from New York wanted to show his support for the families of the victims. Van Alstyne agreed and wanted to encourage everyone to vote to effect change in the current gun laws. Dallas USA
Candlelight Vigil for the Buffalo and Uvalde gun violence victims - Lindsey Rodriguez (left) and Pedro Andrade hold candles and flower during the candle vigil held...
Lindsey Rodriguez (left) and Pedro Andrade hold candles and flower during the candle vigil held at Main Street Garden in downtown Dallas. The vigil was in honor of the victims of the the mass shootings in Buffalo New York and Robb Elementary in Uvalde Texas. Almodovar believes the key to changing our current climate of gun violence is be getting involved and educated about the issue and showing up in person to do so. Dallas USA
Candlelight Vigil for the Buffalo and Uvalde gun violence victims - Lindsey Rodriguez takes part in the candlelight vigil held at Main Street Garden in downtown...
Lindsey Rodriguez takes part in the candlelight vigil held at Main Street Garden in downtown Dallas on Saturday. She said she felt some relief in now being out of HS but remains worried about her younger sister who is still a Freshman. She is attending college but says that even colleges are prone to suffer gun violence too. Dallas USA
Candlelight Vigil for the Buffalo and Uvalde gun violence victims - Desiree Martinez a UCLA student attends the candlelight vigil at Main Street Garden in Dallas...
Desiree Martinez a UCLA student attends the candlelight vigil at Main Street Garden in Dallas Texas held in honor of those that were killed in the mass shootings in Buffalo New York and Robb Elementary in Uvalde Texas. She is worried about her fourteen year old brother who is still in HS. Dallas USA
Candlelight Vigil for the Buffalo and Uvalde gun violence victims - Ashley Garcia (left) and Emma Stubblefield hold candles during the candlelight vigil held at Main...
Ashley Garcia (left) and Emma Stubblefield hold candles during the candlelight vigil held at Main Street Garden in downtown Dallas on Saturday. Garcia who will be graduating HS tomorrow is somewhat relieved of finally graduating, and having had to endure lockdowns as a student, The last one less than a week ago. She is tired of dealing with hashtags for the names of dead children victims of gun violence. Stubblefield said Garcia convinced her to register to vote as she has done with all her friends. Dallas USA
Candlelight Vigil for the Buffalo and Uvalde gun violence victims - Rebeca Campbell (left) and her fourteen year old daughter Caydence attend the Main Street Garden...
Rebeca Campbell (left) and her fourteen year old daughter Caydence attend the Main Street Garden candle light vigil in downtown Dallas on Saturday, Campbell wanted to show her daughter that people would show up and support the victims of the mass shootings in Buffalo New York and Robb Elementary in Uvalde Texas. She wanted to show her daughter that good people are hurt and concerned and do show up. Dallas USA
Candlelight Vigil for the Buffalo and Uvalde gun violence victims - James Perkins (right) a  Social Work student at TWU attends the candle vigil held at downtown...
James Perkins (right) a Social Work student at TWU attends the candle vigil held at downtown Dallas’ Main Street garden in honer of the victims of gun violence in Buffalo and Robb Elementary in Uvalde. Perkins is concerned about the level of violence and is committed to continue to attend public gatherings, remain active and vote in order to call attention to social injustice m violence and inequality in the country. He is hopeful change can happen. Dallas USA
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Candlelight Vigil for the Buffalo and Uvalde gun violence victims
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Updated May 2022
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