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Community Connect: Help for Austin Bombing Victims


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The bombings in Austin bring up issues that go beyond public safety. Decibel will keep bringing you conversations that are important to your community as well as shining a light on the discussions that should be happening.

GoFundMe Campaigns have been set up to help the families hurt by the Austin bomber. But please let us know of other ways the people helping the families and communities affected.

Tell us about vigils, neighborhood meetings, local fundraisers.
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GoFundMe donation pages

Anthony Stephan House via GoFundMe
House died March 2 by first package bomb left on the doorstep of his northeast Austin home. This GoFundMe goes toward helping his 8-year-old daughter.

Draylen Mason Memorial Fund via YouCaring
Mason was set to attend the Butler School of Music at UT next year when he died from the package bomb left on the porch of his east Austin home. His mother Shamika Wilson was also injured.

Esperanza Herrera via GoFundMe
Herrera was injured in the explosion from the package bomb left on the porch of her mother’s east Austin house March 12.

Discussion hosted by KUT about the Austin Bombing and Communities of Color
KUT’s Jennifer Stayton will host the discussion about the bombings and the response by police, the media and the community
The live discussion will take place at the George Washington Carver Museum, Thursday, March 29.

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