Actor Matthew McConaughey said passionate emotional remarks on Tuesday and time during the White House

Press briefing on Tuesday, telling the stories of those who died in the shooting of primary school in Uvalde, Texas

And urging More action on the control of firearms. McConaughey, from Uvalde, said that he and his wife,

Camila Alves, spent most of last week with the families of those who were killed in his hometown.

He showed photos of their work and brought Green Shoes to the briefing room that a girl wore every day

that was used to identify her body after filming. She had drawn a heart on one of the shoes.

He said he had to tell their stories to show how measures had to be taken to honor the lives of 19 children

And two teachers killed in Robb primary school last month. "You know what each of these parents wanted, 

What they asked us? What has each parent expressed separately in their own way to Camila and to me?

That they want the dreams of their children to live . That they want their children's dreams to continue to do something

After their departure. They want to make their loss of life, "said McConaughey. He said that there was now a

"window of opportunity" to adopt a significant reform of firearms and called for universal checks on flags.

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